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post #41 of 58 Old 11-01-2018, 05:34 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Steve for the update, look forward to testing one on the US highways and biways
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Still waiting on the pre-sale. Take my Money!!!
Thanks guys! I"ll update this thread when the pre-sale is up!

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That's it for testing on a stock truck? What about the air temp drops?? JEEZ If all you got is for data is 40lbs TQ for your marketing sales you better be selling them cheap.
We've been doing longevity testing for several months on our shop truck as well, but that's pretty boring We did not see a change in intake air temps, so the torque gain is a direct result of the increased flow. Since our main goal for the project was to make a more durable intercooler, we're pretty happy with these results. We're still finishing up pricing, but it should be competitive with other products on the market. We think it will be worth the cost, but we're a little biased

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Wish that temp data had been posted up. That has been more of a discussion point several others have had regarding the use on a stock truck. Otherwise the TQ isn't any real reason to upgrade.



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Hey everybody,

Good news, the pre-sale for this intercooler is now live! We're offering the intercooler alone for 2011-2016 6.7L's as well as a kit for the 2017+ that includes the cold-side pipe and a kit for all 2011+ that includes both hot-side and cold-side pipes.

Check them out below and let me know if you have any questions!


Mishimoto 2011-2016 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Air-to-Water Intercooler Pre-Sale

Sale Price: $993.95




Mishimoto 2011+ Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Air-to-Water Intercooler Kit Pre-Sale

Sale Price: $1,465.95




Mishimoto 2017+ Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Air-to-Water Intercooler Kit Pre-Sale

Sale Price: $1,465.95




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Hell yeah.... Just ordered. Can't wait to install it.

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That was fast! Thank you!

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That's what she said....hahahahaha

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That's what she said....hahahahaha
Usually that's not followed by a "thank you" though

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That's what she said....hahahahaha
Usually that's not followed by a "thank you" though <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/smilies/rofl.gif" border="0" alt="" title="rofl" class="inlineimg" />

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Anyone else notice the stock truck testing was done on a load bearing hub dyno where it shows a gain of 40 ft-lbs then your later testing is done on a tuned truck with a non load bearing drive on and didn't even squeek 12 ft-lbs? So why a non load bearing test? Also no temp data? I'm just not seeing data justifying $1500. You can make 12 additional ft-lbs by accident without spending $1500! Also LOL at just a tuned and deleted truck having "every mod plus our intercooler". That's not even real mods it's just a delete.
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Anyone else notice the stock truck testing was done on a load bearing hub dyno where it shows a gain of 40 ft-lbs then your later testing is done on a tuned truck with a non load bearing drive on and didn't even squeek 12 ft-lbs? So why a non load bearing test? Also no temp data? I'm just not seeing data justifying $1500. You can make 12 additional ft-lbs by accident without spending $1500! Also LOL at just a tuned and deleted truck having "every mod plus our intercooler". That's not even real mods it's just a delete.
Hi!

We were not able to run the higher-power truck on our DynaPack load-based dynos mostly because of the amount of torque the truck was making. We wanted to run sustained levels of high boost to test the strength of the cooler; the goal of this project was not to make power, but create a stronger intercooler. When torque reaches close to the 1,000-lb. ft. mark, our DynaPacks tend to over heat after a few minutes of full load.

The modified truck was also running a larger turbocharger, I believe it was a 76mm S476, with supporting mods.

As for temp data, we didn't post it because there was no change in intake air temp or coolant temp with our cooler when compared to stock. We think with a tune specifically designed to incorporate this intercooler, you could make more power; but again, our main goal was to increase the strength and durability of the cooler.

The guys down at Lead Foot Diesel Performance actually ran their own test on another highly-modified 6.7L with some impressive results. They did have drastically different ambient air temps for each cooler, so I would take that into consideration when looking at the power figures:

https://www.facebook.com/leadfootdie...55680101131360

Hope that answers your questions! Thanks!

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