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Old 12-09-2010, 04:20 PM
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6.7 mpg any info any probs with eng

geting ready to by new truck curently have 07 6.0 would like any info on mpg when towing also considering the 6.2 gas but that new 6.7 has some power also any probs with new 6.7
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:29 PM
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Just turned 10,600 mi and zero problems
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I am right at 10,000 miles, too. No problems yet. MPG aren't as good as my 6.0l.... yet. But my 6.0 was a well broken in diesel machine and my 6.7 is still new and stiff and POWERFULL. Not sure what you tow and how but with just the 3.31 rear and the 6.7 I think it'll haul just about anything you put on the bumper atleast. Other have bed towwing experence.....
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I'm highly disappointed with initial MPG's. F350 4x4 Chassis Cab with a bare frame. 12MPG at 65MPH, flat ground, no wind, no load. AND WORSE...with the detuned Chassis Cab engine with only 300HP and 660TQ.
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I'm highly disappointed with initial MPG's. F350 4x4 Chassis Cab with a bare frame. 12MPG at 65MPH, flat ground, no wind, no load. AND WORSE...with the detuned Chassis Cab engine with only 300HP and 660TQ.
Wow thats too bad I guess tuner is your next thing to buy
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:02 AM
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With my experience with this new 6.7...the MPG is varys on the elevation and the temps. Where I live is about 3000 ft and I can get up to 22 mpg/hwy and when I go down to the coast where its close to sea level,I can get up to 26 mpg/hwy
So,keep that in mind
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:40 AM
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520' elevation...give or take 10' here where were at in Indiana. And that's all the trucks will ever see. Time will tell...but at 12MPG initially...I'm not too hopeful. I forsee it going down.

I could have done this good with a V10 6.8L gasser...and had all that money to buy years worth of gas with. Hmmmm.
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:20 AM
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I get 12 mpg towing 8000# horse trailer to and in the Cascade mountains partly in 4 wheel, it is about the same as my 7.3 got. On the road empty the best so far is 17mpg at 74 miles per hour. The truck has 3200 miles and I am sure it will get better. In all I am very happy with power and milage.
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6.7 ccsb 3.55. Dad has been getting 17-18 daily driving, stop and go, mostly always under 55. On trips we can get 20.
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With my experience with this new 6.7...the MPG is varys on the elevation and the temps. Where I live is about 3000 ft and I can get up to 22 mpg/hwy and when I go down to the coast where its close to sea level,I can get up to 26 mpg/hwy
So,keep that in mind
i'm far from diesel expert but no way in hell that truck gets over 20mpg
is anybody else getting readings like this?
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