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Old 02-05-2011, 06:38 AM
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Low RPM torque on tuned 6.4L

Has anyone tried to get dyno numbers on a tuned 6.4 in the low RPM range? I know these engines make some impressive numbers at high RPMS but I a more interested in what happens in the 14-1800 rpm range. The Navistar MaxxForce 6.4L (same as our engines but with different electronics) makes maximum torque down at 1400 rpms.
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Don't know of anyone that's tried. I would say you would have to run the truck from a dead stop through the gears at WOT to find out. There would be spikes all over the graph though, so I doubt you would get an accurate reading.
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