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Old 07-21-2010, 09:53 AM
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And the winner is the SuperDuty

I wished Ford would have given them a truck with the updated ECM...


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Old 07-21-2010, 02:38 PM
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Looks like they need it.

The GMC smoked it in the 1/4 - 15.75 VS 16.23

Come on ......time to turn up the wick!
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Old 07-21-2010, 03:47 PM
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Kinda surprised that the GMC had better empty mpg's. Can't wait for the Job 2 trucks with the upgraded motors, etc. Great job Ford!
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I wonder why PM used the 3.55 diff. instead of the 3.73 on the other two? I would think that those acceleration numbers would be slightly skewed with the different ratios. Of course the mileage no.s on the SD would have been less. JMO.
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they didn't boost launch their trucks either...the chevy would have been hurting if boosted (after a few runs), and the super duty would have been just as it was. People on here have ran stock times at high 15's-1/4 mile. I am very surprised about the empty gas mileage though. Potentially, I think the 6.7L is way ahead of the duramax...but we'll see if things pan out.
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Look under the hood of a new ford or gm Idk even know what to say are we going even beable to change a air filter. But great runs for now im sticking it old school trucks gotta see how this motor shows up to be.
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Look under the hood of a new ford or gm Idk even know what to say are we going even beable to change a air filter. But great runs for now im sticking it old school trucks gotta see how this motor shows up to be.
I have beenthere and donethat. Filter is accessi...easy to get to on the passen... the other side from where you drive it. This motor has been thorou...tested a lot in pretty harsh condit... weather extremes. I am sure there will be improvem...things changed for the better as there always is. But for the money... this truck has power, economy, and the ability to work hard under a load for hour after hour, without hesit...a hiccup.
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I have beenthere and donethat. Filter is accessi...easy to get to on the passen... the other side from where you drive it. This motor has been thorou...tested a lot in pretty harsh condit... weather extremes. I am sure there will be improvem...things changed for the better as there always is. But for the money... this truck has power, economy, and the ability to work hard under a load for hour after hour, without hesit...a hiccup.
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HAHHHAHAHA

My thoughts exactly!

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HAHHHAHAHA

My thoughts exactly!


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