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Old 07-24-2014, 11:10 AM
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6.4 vs 6.7

My buddy has a 6.4 bored 60 over with spartan tunes & exhaust. I have a stock 6.7 with sct with custom tunes & exhaust, should I be able to beat him considering I have a good bit more horsepower/torque from stock??
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Old 07-24-2014, 11:23 AM
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My buddy has a 6.4 bored 60 over with spartan tunes & exhaust. I have a stock 6.7 with sct/custom tunes & exhaust, should I be able to beat him considering I have a good bit more horsepower/torque from stock??
your buddy is a retard. .60 over doesnt exist. but a 6.4 with a tuner will stomp a 6.7 with a tuner.
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Old 07-24-2014, 11:36 AM
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Lol that's what I thought & I don't see how a 6.4 would win but ok. Thanks
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Lol that's what I thought & I don't see how a 6.4 would win but ok. Thanks
Simple...More HP/TQ...


Just cause your 6.7 came with more factory rated the amount the tuners gives a 6.4 is well above what you'll get out of a 6.7.
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2 turbos vs 1 turbo...

You'll lose lol.. 6.4's are beasts..
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far more capable fuel system...
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I have a stock 6.7 with sct/custom tunes & exhaust,
If that's not an oxymoron, I don't know what is.
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Lol meant to post this on 6.7 performance/discussion not 6.4
Mike has both so I think it is safe to say you aren't gonna win.
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Old 07-24-2014, 03:50 PM
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Ignore stock power.

6.4's came with 350 hp stock, but their fuel systems and turbos are good for 600 rwhp IIRC. Maybe more.

6.7's come with 400(now 440), but they're limited to about 500 rwhp due to both the turbo and the fuel system. Yes. Ford did go with a smaller setup this time around.
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Old 07-24-2014, 07:26 PM
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Also the stock bottom end of a 6.4 is stronger than a 6.7 from what I have read.
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