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Old 01-07-2014, 10:50 PM
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2010 or New

So the question has probably been asked multiple times but, what's your opinion,

2010 F250 6.4 "loaded", stock, and with 20,000 miles or new off the lot 6.7?

Haven't seen the truck in person yet but sounds like it is a pretty high trim level. New would be either a 14 or 15. The 10 has been lightly driven and would be approximately 1/2 the price of new. So what's your thoughts? And if I asked in the 6.4 section would I get a significantly different answer??

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Old 01-07-2014, 11:02 PM
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I highly doubt that the 10' would be half the price of 14/15 based on similar options and the miles that the 10' has. Every loaded out 9/10' that I have seen is still in the high 30's if not some $40K's. There was not that big of a price difference between used 6.4 and 6.7's for me to even consider the 6.4's. While I do know that 6.7's haven't been out as long as the 6.4's. I've already heard a lot more good things about the 7's then the 4's.
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Old 01-08-2014, 09:49 PM
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Actually it is right at half the price of a new 14 6.7. Truck is not posted yet and found out about it through a buddy of mine. Thanks for the input, I too seem to be hearing quite a few good things about the 6.7 but that is mostly where I have been hanging around on the forums. I know the 6.4 is easier to delete and can make more power but not sure how important that is to me. Still deciding... Any other opinions? Thoughts?

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From personal experience, the 6.4 is a great engine IF you delete it, if you leave it stock its nothing but problems. The 6.7 is great either way. Mine is stock but I have read many things from people that have theirs deleted that it is better than stock.

If you want the most power go 6.4, delete it with a minimaxx tuner. Those are almost up to 600 horsepower 1200ft/lbs torque with just a tuner.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:05 PM
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Well if you found one for half the price that seems like a good deal. You could do a lot of work to make up the other half for the 6.7. While I really have nothing against 6.4's in stock form besides fuel mileage. I feel ford would stand behind a 6.7 more. I'm going to try and keep this 6.7 as close to stock as possible.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:59 PM
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Thanks for the info. I would be planning on deleting it probably right away as I doubt there is any warranty left. And with only 20k miles I was hoping/assuming not a lot of damage has been done at this point. Right now I'm thinking for the money it is really hard to justify a new one. But I haven't looked at it yet in person and he may not be willing to sell it to me for that price, that might have been an offer to just our mutual friend. And of course this is assuming the mutual friend doesn't decide to buy it. Although at this point he is thinking no.

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I just stepped up into a 2011 from an 08', hands down the 6.7 is a much better truck. I tuned and deleted my 6.4( not running a hot tune) but the response of the 6.7 off the line was much greater than the 6.4. Depends what you are going for here. Want a fast truck? Go with a tuned and deleted 6.4. Personally, I'm thrilled I even made the switch. I'm already getting much better gas mileage with more power.
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Good to know, thanks. I do really like the new trucks but damn that is a lot of money... Even if it will be a "company" truck. On the other hand I'm not sure how concerned I am about huge power as I am pretty happy with my 100hp tune on my Dmax and would be more interested in increased efficiency than straight raw power. But raw power is fun...

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