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Old 01-26-2014, 05:50 PM
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2015 6.7 vs 6.4

Hey guys im just wondering what your thoughts are on the potential of the 2015 ford vs the 6.4 in performance? Do u think its possible to have the hp of a deleted 6.4 just saying if u could delete a 2015... like is the new turbo going to be that much better than the 2011-2014 one ... thanks guess im not sure if i should sell my 2011 for a 6.4 or wait for 15 thanks
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guess im just trying to say is the new 2015 going to be that much better with the new turbo and upgrades? sry if its a dumb question..
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Unless Ford really beefs-up the bottom-end, I don't think the 2015 6.7 will be any different than the 2011-2014 versus a 6.4. The 6.4 will still come out ahead, in terms of performance, maximum horsepower & torque.
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^^^^^agree, unless the rods are beefed up and made out of forged steel the 6.4 will still be unbeatable!
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Unless Ford really beefs-up the bottom-end, I don't think the 2015 6.7 will be any different than the 2011-2014 versus a 6.4. The 6.4 will still come out ahead, in terms of performance, maximum horsepower & torque.
Agree completely.

Other than those things, the 6.7 will blow it apart in every other category.. Stock power, reliability, ride, creature comforts, towing capacity, electronics, etc. etc.
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True. A buddy of mine constantly says how much better his 6.7L is in every category. And honestly, with some engine work, the 6.7L can be a very Potent engine.
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True. A buddy of mine constantly says how much better his 6.7L is in every category. And honestly, with some engine work, the 6.7L can be a very Potent engine.
If I wanted to race.. I'd buy a sports car
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If I wanted to race.. I'd buy a sports car
That's how I feel. But For the amount these Trucks cost, there's a lot of good choices out there for sports cars, just sayin'
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That's how I feel. But For the amount these Trucks cost, there's a lot of good choices out there for sports cars, just sayin'
Oh God don't remind me.. Had a friend on facebook comment on one of my truck pictures mentioning I could have bought one of the new corvettes for the same price as my truck. Made me cringe

I love my truck to death and it's GREAT for what it is, even as a DD. I just live full time in my 42' toy hauler, and a corvette wouldn't quite tow it the same.
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Oh God don't remind me.. Had a friend on facebook comment on one of my truck pictures mentioning I could have bought one of the new corvettes for the same price as my truck. Made me cringe

I love my truck to death and it's GREAT for what it is, even as a DD. I just live full time in my 42' toy hauler, and a corvette wouldn't quite tow it the same.
You live full time in your toy hauler, tell me more. I'm wanting to do the same thing. I don't want to own a house and apt. living sucks haha. It's only me, my truck, and my Can Am side by side. I can use all the help and Info I can get. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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