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Old 09-29-2013, 02:03 PM
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how is the 6.7

I am looking at maybe getting one. So I am just wondering how these trucks are holding up. They look great. And just anything you guts can tell me as mpg ect
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Old 09-29-2013, 02:07 PM
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Now that the 15's are announced, if you are buying new I would wait.
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Was thinking used and maybe trying to throw the newer turbo system on after a little not sure though.
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Just stick with a late '12+ and you will have the "hyper" balanced turbo that has been much more reliable. The '15 turbo is matched with the new fuel system, so no real point in trying to switch it out.
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Old 09-29-2013, 02:45 PM
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Anyone have mpg ratings. Also what kind of power do they make with just a programmer?
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Old 09-29-2013, 02:56 PM
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If you can wait, wait till 2017
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I'd say wait till 2024 when they get Obama enforced mpg.
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im looking at getting one here in a few months also. I was nervous about the turbo but I didn't know they made changes to them in the 12s.The other thing was the fuel system. Is it true ford does not cover the hpfp no matter what happens, and I heard their is trouble with the water in the fuel which ford would not cover. I love the 2013 interior and think the super duty truck is the best looking truck but these problems make me think about going with dodge.
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im looking at getting one here in a few months also. I was nervous about the turbo but I didn't know they made changes to them in the 12s.The other thing was the fuel system. Is it true ford does not cover the hpfp no matter what happens, and I heard their is trouble with the water in the fuel which ford would not cover. I love the 2013 interior and think the super duty truck is the best looking truck but these problems make me think about going with dodge.
Keep your fuel receipts and you'll be fine. No manufacturer will cover water in fuel, the station you purchased it from is liable.


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I've been getting 18.5 driving back and forth to work.
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