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2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty Makes 735 ft-lbs of Torque, Rated to Tow 24,400 lbs


Ford has just released the full stats on its new 2011 F-Series Super Duty, powered by an all-new 6.7-liter Powerstroke V8. The engine makes 390-hp at 2800 rpm and a tremendous 735 ft-lbs of torque at just 1600 rpm. A standard 6.2-liter gasoline, which relaces the old 5.4-liter V8, makes 385-hp and 405 ft-lbs of torque, an improvement of 85-hp and 40 ft-lbs of torque. Both engines are mated to an all-new 6R140 heavy-duty TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission

Ford rates this new engine in the F350 to tow a max of 21,600 lbs and a payload rating of 6,520 lbs. As for the F450 model, it is rated to tow 24,400 lbs.

Chevy has yet to release engine output figures for its Silverado HD model, but at this point that's pretty much irrelevant as the F350 outshines it in towing and payload by 1,600 lbs and almost 200 lbs respectively.

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"The system delivers up to five injection events per cylinder per cycle using eight-hole piezo injectors to spray fuel into the piston bowl."

interesting, goodbye single-shot injectors...

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I guess I better start collecting cans/bottles and holding some bake sales....390HP/735TQ with a new tranny!!!

I like the new interior set up....


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i guess ill keep my gasser for another year. i was thinking about getting a 6.4 but not if the 6.7s going to be that much of a monster.
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Not to mention can you imagine what spartan has planned for this thing.
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I wonder what kind of mileage the new SD will have? Now I know what I want to trade my truck in for. Plus it will help if I win some $$$$$!
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I wonder what kind of mileage the new SD will have? Now I know what I want to trade my truck in for. Plus it will help if I win some $$$$$!
On another forum site I frequent, there is a guy who I am assuming is either in sales or service. He said a Ford Rep brought one of these bad boys to them to get them 'educated' on the truck. Take it for what it's worth, but he mentioned 18/19MPG (I assume that's highway). His remark was that those numbers are phenominally better than the 6.4L. From what I've read from the 6.4L owners, that mileage would be good.
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