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Old 02-24-2010, 09:30 PM
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OFFICIAL POWER NUMBERS FINALLY!!

The new 6.7L will make 390HP @ 2,800RPM and 735lb-ft @ 1,600RPM! Pretty close to the rumors of 400HP and 725lb-ft!
The ratings for the F-350 are increased to 21,600lbs via gooseneck/5th wheel (1,600lbs more than the new Silverado 3500HD) and payload to 6,250lbs (50lbs less than the Silverado 3500HD).

The new 6.2L gas is mentioned also to have 385HP and 405lb-ft.

I'm soooooo excited! This new diesel is a freaking behemoth!

Source article: 2011 F-Series Super Duty: Ford Tows Chevy To Woodshed, Smacks It Around - 2011 Ford Super Duty - Jalopnik

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Very nice numbers
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Nice numbers...makes me want one.
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So just over 300 rwhp. Nice.
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nice......finally
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I like the title to the article!
and excellent numbers
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holy axle wrap Batman! that things got some powah! LOL
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I just came to the 6.7 section to post the numbers... beat me to it.

I cant wait to see what the aftermarket can do with it
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This sucks, now at pulls I will probably lose to 100% bone stocks 6.7s
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Ford, ford, ford.....

I like the numbers, they sure do sound good. Anybody know what the cummins or duramax is going to put out in 2011?

The thing that I'm kinda wondering about is this. A big reason I like Ford is they have the sturdiest platform, heaviest truck, ect. But WTF, the Chevy has a higher payload capacity? Ford you let me down, thats where your supposed to outshine the others, towing/payload numbers. Although the chevy isnt much higher, its still the fact that its higher.
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