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Stock 6.7 vs. tuned 6.0

Who do you think would win? Say the 6.0 is running the srl or looney ect. Just wondering. BTW, both Ford trucks. Not that other one.

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I haven't driven a 6.7 yet but I would imagine a Tuned 6.0 would wax a Stock 6.7

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i wouldn't say waxed. I'd think it be a close race as the 6.7 comes stock 400HP 800tq. And most tuned 6.0s are sitting around 390-430HP give or take a touch. Sounds a little close to me....

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If both drivers know what they are doing the 6.0 should destroy the 6.7. That tuned 6.0 should be making +/- 400 rwhp while that 6.7 is making more like 300-320 rwhp. I have watched tuned 6.0's run 14-14.5 1/4 mile passes all day long. A stock 6.7 is mid to high 15's.
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If both drivers know what they are doing the 6.0 should destroy the 6.7. That tuned 6.0 should be making +/- 400 rwhp while that 6.7 is making more like 300-320 rwhp. I have watched tuned 6.0's run 14-14.5 1/4 mile passes all day long. A stock 6.7 is mid to high 15's.
Exactly, the 6.0 400HP is at the rear wheels. The 400hp on the 6.7 is at the crank.

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I did not think about that. Thank you

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