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post #1 of 21 Old 12-23-2013, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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2015 F450 specs

According to Diesel Power Mag.

Here are the 2015 F450 second generation 6.7 powerstroke

Base price- $70,000
MFG's HP at RPM- 425 hp at 2500 rpm
MFG's torque at RPM- 875 ft-lb at 1600 rpm
Axle ratio- 4:30:1
Max payload cap- 6,000 pounds
Max towing cap- 32,000 pounds


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Those are impressive numbers...
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Those are definitely good numbers. Well, everything but the price. If $70k is base in the US, this truck is going to be upwards of $100k in Canada. I wonder if the 450's numbers are detuned like previous years. Can't wait to see what a 250 or 350 will be pushing.

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According to Diesel Power Mag.

Here are the 2015 F450 second generation 6.7 powerstroke

Base price- $70,000
MFG's HP at RPM- 425 hp at 2500 rpm
MFG's torque at RPM- 875 ft-lb at 1600 rpm
Axle ratio- 4:30:1
Max payload cap- 6,000 pounds
Max towing cap- 32,000 pounds


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How do those power claims stack up against a deleted and tuned 6.7? True dynoed numbers from our members...

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How do those power claims stack up against a deleted and tuned 6.7? True dynoed numbers from our members...
I'm interested to know this as well. Ford claims NO more turbo lag than present setup. How does this work with a bigger turbo? I actually have very little turbo lag now, almost non-existance. When ever you add a bigger single turbo your going to have some lag, it's the nature of the beast.

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I'm interested to know this as well. Ford claims NO more turbo lag than present setup. How does this work with a bigger turbo? I actually have very little turbo lag now, almost non-existance. When ever you add a bigger single turbo your going to have some lag, it's the nature of the beast.
The new turbo is the same unit Ford used on the 6.0l. BIG upgrade in flow and dependability.
Everything Ford has updated with the 15' 6.7L was sorely needed.
Not only is the turbo a huge upgrade, but now there is true power potential when combining a better turbo with a stronger lift pump, and a higher volume rail and injector flow potential.
If the rods are better, I can see a tuned and deleted 6.7l in the15 model year possibly competing with a tuned 6.4l.
I am guessing 475/900 as a very easy number to start out with stock.

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The new turbo is the same unit Ford used on the 6.0l. BIG upgrade in flow and dependability.
Everything Ford has updated with the 15' 6.7L was sorely needed.
Not only is the turbo a huge upgrade, but now there is true power potential when combining a better turbo with a stronger lift pump, and a higher volume rail and injector flow potential.
If the rods are better, I can see a tuned and deleted 6.7l in the15 model year possibly competing with a tuned 6.4l.
I am guessing 475/900 as a very easy number to start out with stock.

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I agree George, but what about the the turbo lag theory?
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I'm pretty sure that article said these were estimated numbers. We still have not heard anything official from Ford on what the numbers will be.

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68k list just saw a 14 at this 250 kr

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One thing I'm curious about is how many changes are being made to the F250/F350's? Everything I've read about seems to be focused on the F450. Ford looks like they are pushing a new F450 for 2015. Do you guy's know what changes are going to affect the F250 and F350?
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