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post #1 of 14 Old 03-23-2010, 03:30 AM Thread Starter
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Sources: Ford Plans Power Increase for Power Stroke V-8 Diesel - PickupTrucks.com News


I'm not sure if someone posted it or not.....If they did go ahead and delete.


This was up yesterday Evening!
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Oh Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BACK TO BUYING REAR TIRES!!!

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Yeah, there were rumors all over the internet that Ford was going to bounce back with higher power and torque numbers. GM kinda screwed themselves because now the 6.6 Duramax is maxed out...still good power though. But the Ford 6.7 has so much room for growth, this is going to be one bad motha. Some online sources say Ford is upping the torque to just under 800lbs and around 405 crank HP...simply sick. I will wait one year and by a new 6.7 powerstroke. Keep in mind though, we are probably not going to see these new power figures until 2011...about another year or so

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GODDAMMNIT!

I was all set to snub the new truck because of the cost!

Now I have to reconsider. 405/800 is just silly crazy sick. It's real hard to not want it bad enough to actually take on a $900 a month loan..

Lets see...that's 5 cords of green wood a month for 60 months..plus 2 cords a month for insurance for 60 months...plus 1 cord a month for 60 months for registration..
2 cords a month for 60 months for the costs involved with doing the wood..

600 cords of green wood buys it.

My back hurts just thinking about it..

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EFF YOU GM!!!

If it holds up, this is going to be a badazz motor. I have a friend going through 6.7L training right now and he said that basically everything that sucked about the 6.0 and 6.4 has been addressed in the 6.7.
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Ford engineers have to play it careful though, because increasing power decreases fuel economy. So apparently this hidden treasure of power is all in the computer flash, which is simply amazing. These days now though, a lot of people want fuel economy, some dont care and just want gobs of power. So a nice balance Im sure is whats going to be the test.

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if they have the same economy they were getting and this much power the truck would be the best truck out there. thats ruhtard power

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