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Old 10-23-2007, 12:25 PM
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HP and Torque at the wheel

Does anybody know how much horsepower and torque a 2006 6.0 gets to the wheels. I know the the numbers at the crank are about 325 hp and 560 torque but I imagine a lot of that is lost by the time it gets to the wheels. Can I find this information somehwere or does anybody know? I have heard much different numbers and don't know what to believe.
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Old 10-23-2007, 12:29 PM
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Stock 6.0's lay down around 250-275 hp and about 450-475 ft/lbs

Lots of variables, but usually a bit under 300 hp and under 500 ft/lbs...

With a hot program you're close to 400 rwhp and 650 ft/lbs...
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i thought with a SCT you would be a little over 400hp....
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Old 10-23-2007, 12:44 PM
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i thought with a SCT you would be a little over 400hp....
Close... meaning +/- 400. Sorry

I've seen some hot files for the SCT dyno in the high 370's and some dyno at almost 420... so who knows?!
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Old 10-23-2007, 01:09 PM
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I saw an 05 completely stock on a mustang dyno put down 246hp back in may. I don't remember what the torque # was... On the same day I put down 406hp with a looney tune and 4" exhaust as my only power mods. Don't know my torque # due to the dyno not pulling the number correctly.
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There was a truck last year (04 F250) with a Spartan tune and factory exhaust put 421 hp (don't remember tq) on the dyno at Smokin' last Oct.
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Thanks guys, I thought I read somewhere the hp to the wheels was about 260 but somebody told me it was only about 195 and that did not seem right
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