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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Tuscaloosa, Al
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I'm going to have to throw another vote for the 6.0! I absolutely love mine. Here's my reasons:
1. The 6.4 you mentioned is a plain jane work truck, and there is nothing the fully loaded king ranch 6.0 is waaaayyyy nicer. Thats going to make you hold your head up and be proud about owning it and especially whenever anyone rides with you and comments on how nice your truck is.
2. Everything for a 6.4 is EXPENSIVE. Yes they can make alot of power real easy, but getting them to hold that power is going to require deletes and studs just like the 6.0 except these deletes cost more on a 6.4. And I've seen my fair share of 6.4 problems to firmly believe they are no more reliable than a 6.0.
3. Even tho they may dyno 560rwhp, doesn't exactly mean that a 6.0 won't run with them. I say this because my truck dyno'd 460hp/911lb-tq and it runs the same times on the race track as my buddies 6.4 with the Spartan tune, intake, exhaust which is suppose to be the 560-580rwhp combo. Both our trucks are CCSB leveled on 35's. It doesn't get anymore apples to apples comparison than that.
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