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Old 12-29-2009, 05:03 AM
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Still no numbers?

I've been casually looking around for the new 6.7's numbers, but can't find them. Has anyone seen the official HP/Tq #s yet? Maybe they're waiting for the new year to reveal.

I'm in no danger of buying one, just curious to see how they stepped it up.
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I've been casually looking around for the new 6.7's numbers, but can't find them. Has anyone seen the official HP/Tq #s yet? Maybe they're waiting for the new year to reveal.

I'm in no danger of buying one, just curious to see how they stepped it up.
Where you been Man Not to be an A$$ but The Numbers have been out for a while!!!

400 HP 725 Torque

ECM is said to be locked But WE are hoping Spartan Which had a 6.7 for a day has that worked out by the time the trucks hit the lots!

I was thinking about that today and it seems like someone from Ford would just give Spartan a Call with the Info to unlock the ECM,cause they have everything to gain from it!

Their trucks would be Bad A$$ with the Spartan, and they wouldn't have to cover any of the warranty work
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I'm new to the board too - where are the numbers listed? 400 / 725 sounds terrific; how about towing capacity (tag and 5th wheel) and MPG?

I was going to get a RAM 3500 to pull my 15K# trailer, but now I'm planning to wait. This new truck seems to be The Stuff...
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7.3L vs 6.0L vs 6.4L : Power Stroke Comparison

This shows the history specs of the eng's. This kinda gives us a guess.

What is funny is that the 7.3 is massive yet it has the least power.........
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What is funny is that the 7.3 is massive yet it has the least power.........
But they sure love to pull.
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Where you been Man Not to be an A$$ but The Numbers have been out for a while!!!

400 HP 725 Torque
Not to be an A$$, but NO, Those are NOT the OFFICIAL numbers, only RUMORED ones....Ford has not release ANY HP/TQ Figures on the new 6.7 Engine....

Just take a look at their own site.....

With that said.....It should VERY close if not right on the noise of those numbers
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7.3L vs 6.0L vs 6.4L : Power Stroke Comparison

This shows the history specs of the eng's. This kinda gives us a guess.

What is funny is that the 7.3 is massive yet it has the least power.........
Re: 7.3, According to this site ( and a few others ) the least REPAIRS as well!
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But they sure love to pull.
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7.3L vs 6.0L vs 6.4L : Power Stroke Comparison

This shows the history specs of the eng's. This kinda gives us a guess.

What is funny is that the 7.3 is massive yet it has the least power.........
they have the oil capacity 3 qts low on the 7.3 lol. thats a mistake.
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Not to be an A$$, but NO, Those are NOT the OFFICIAL numbers, only RUMORED ones....Ford has not release ANY HP/TQ Figures on the new 6.7 Engine....

Just take a look at their own site.....

With that said.....It should VERY close if not right on the noise of those numbers
I Understand What Your Saying,By Not Official But If The New Engine Doesn't make atleast These Numbers Fords Gonna be the One to Look Like A$$ Cause these numbers are what Every Magazine and site i can Find has Quoted and they got this Info From someone in the Know I'm sure!

But I understand What Ya Mean by NOT Official

It would be sweet IF they were even Higher But Just the 400 HP and 725 Torque Has Me Hooked so they have one sold Just waiting.....
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