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6.4L VS V-10 dynoed on the same dyno

I'm having a arguement over on a another forum and this guy is saying a 3v V-10 will make more power at the wheels then a 6.4L if dynoed on the same dyno. Cause it makes 12 more hp at the flywheel. All the dyno results I have seen on the v-10 are in the 220-230 rwhp and seen 6.4L in the 280-290 range. So is he just full of it? Oh he also thinks his stock v-10 will out pull any psd.
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Sounds like a big d bag to me tell him well hook em up.
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I'm having a arguement over on a another forum and this guy is saying a 3v V-10 will make more power at the wheels then a 6.4L if dynoed on the same dyno. Cause it makes 12 more hp at the flywheel. All the dyno results I have seen on the v-10 are in the 220-230 rwhp and seen 6.4L in the 280-290 range. So is he just full of it? Oh he also thinks his stock v-10 will out pull any psd.
They did a big article in Diesel Power on the V10 vs. 6.4 and the 6.4 won in EVERY category.
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seems like people that have the v10s think they got a huge engine that will make power so they can stay away from the smelly smokey noisey diesels.

resulting 9mpg at best...... give or take
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They did a big article in Diesel Power on the V10 vs. 6.4 and the 6.4 won in EVERY category.
Yeah someone brought that up and they said it was a 2v v-10 and since it was a diesel magizine that did the article the v-10 owners said it was very bias.
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seems like people that have the v10s think they got a huge engine that will make power so they can stay away from the smelly smokey noisey diesels.

resulting 9mpg at best...... give or take
Oh there are some guys on this forum that claims they are getting 15 mpg in a v-10 empty weight.
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Yeah someone brought that up and they said it was a 2v v-10 and since it was a diesel magizine that did the article the v-10 owners said it was very bias.
I am looking for the article now.
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Here is the article and it is a 3 valve. Go about half way down the article and it shows the engine specs. for both the 6.4 and V10. The guy is full of ****.
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 - Diesel vs. Gas - Diesel Power Magazine
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Some of those mpg are hard to believe for the 6.4L. I don't see a bone stock 6.4L getting 18 mpg towing 8500 lbs.
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I'm having a arguement over on a another forum and this guy is saying a 3v V-10 will make more power at the wheels then a 6.4L if dynoed on the same dyno. Cause it makes 12 more hp at the flywheel. All the dyno results I have seen on the v-10 are in the 220-230 rwhp and seen 6.4L in the 280-290 range. So is he just full of it? Oh he also thinks his stock v-10 will out pull any psd.

im gonna round house kick him to the mouth. what a homo
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