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post #1 of 22 Old 02-03-2013, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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6.7 fever

I test drove a 2012 6.7 with 7000km. Now the truck is listed at 56k, but its a CC fully loaded. I hate to say it but the truck was to nice, just I use my truck as a truck. I throw **** in bed, get in and out dirty, tow trailers down dirt roads. Normal truck stuff.
Their was just a couple things I liked about the interior of the truck, which is only about 2gs worth of aftermarket accessories.
But one thing I cant wrap my head around is the raw power of the 6.7 Now my 6.4 is stock, I have a spartin somewhere in the mail, and am going to order a MBRP straight pipe this week. A air filter is soon on the list to. Will a 6.4 fill my void of raw 6.7 power?
So should I trade my 6.4 in, they are giving me more for my truck then I owe on my loan and will be into a slightly higher payment but still doable. Now only thing I love is the power, so the question is will a 6.4 ever give me the grin the 6.7 did?
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Once you install your spartan you'll forget you even drove the 6.7

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Re: 6.7 fever

Well you will have a bigger **** eatin grin on your face after you put those parts on your 6.4 promise you will feel some raw power!! :thumbup:

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Hahahahahahahaha the 6.4 tuned is a monster. It's destined to be a RACETRUCK. There are slightly modified trucks (intake, tune, exhaust) running high 12/low 13 sec quarters and are putting around 550HP to the wheels!

6.7s are nice, but they have nothing on a tuned 6.4...


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OK, stock for stock the 6.7 has a few more ponies....However, if POWER is what you want, a tuned 6.4 will eat that 6.7 stock or tuned. So, if you intend to delete the choice is obvious....If stock is what you want go with the 6.7.

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I have an 08 tuned with spartan and my dad has the 6.7, even when I wasn't deleted and just running the 150 dpf on here couldn't touch it. Stick with you 6.4 and get er tuned and you will forget all about the 6.7.
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Thanks guys, I'm glad to here this. Hmmm would what the bank would say if I asked for a 30k loan for mods. Hahaha cant we all dream
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Well you will have a bigger **** eatin grin on your face after you put those parts on your 6.4 promise you will feel some raw power!! :thumbup:

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Hahahahahahahaha the 6.4 tuned is a monster. It's destined to be a RACETRUCK. There are slightly modified trucks (intake, tune, exhaust) running high 12/low 13 sec quarters and are putting around 550HP to the wheels!

6.7s are nice, but they have nothing on a tuned 6.4...


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I have an 08 tuned with spartan and my dad has the 6.7, even when I wasn't deleted and just running the 150 dpf on here couldn't touch it. Stick with you 6.4 and get er tuned and you will forget all about the 6.7.
My truck is stock and if I had a 6.4 it would be stock too. After driving my 11 For the first time, I didn't want to drive a 6.4 ever again. It's hard to forget how nice the heated/cooled seats are (+a few other creature comforts)... Even after driving deleted 6.4's.

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My truck is stock and if I had a 6.4 it would be stock too. After driving my 11 For the first time, I didn't want to drive a 6.4 ever again. It's hard to forget how nice the heated/cooled seats are (+a few other creature comforts)... Even after driving deleted 6.4's.
The new Super Duty's are very nice for sure. However, I love my 6.4 and the crazy power it makes. With that said, I will but a new truck after 2014. I'm sure by then we will have the ability to make some BIG GREEN power.

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My truck is stock and if I had a 6.4 it would be stock too. After driving my 11 For the first time, I didn't want to drive a 6.4 ever again. It's hard to forget how nice the heated/cooled seats are (+a few other creature comforts)... Even after driving deleted 6.4's.
I'm surprised you didn't take this opportunity to let OP know that there is already a thread about this discussion and post a link to said thread. Or maybe you just felt like giving your 2 cents.

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