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They've got a lot of power until you start pulling heavy trailers up steep hills. I would need another 80 hp to be able to maintain the speed limit going up the Creston Salmo pass with only a 17000 lb rv in tow.
I'm not familiar with Creston Salmo pass, my buddy has a 17 6.7L CCDRW pulling a Heartland Cyclone Toy hauler(21K) and his combined weight is just over 31K and he has never complained about not having enough power in the mountains,he has traveled out west, Yellowstone, Grand Teton's, etc...

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You are dead on sir.
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LMAO....Same friend that talks to SPE most likely.


"So, from an estimation standpoint the 2020 6.7 should have an output of 490hp and 1015 lb.-ft of torque setting it in a class of its own. It just may eclipse the 500hp number."


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That's where I saw it as well.

If I had to guess...500/1050 or 500/1100
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500/1050 or 500/1100 would be moving the goal posts quite a bit!



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I'm not familiar with Creston Salmo pass, my buddy has a 17 6.7L CCDRW pulling a Heartland Cyclone Toy hauler(21K) and his combined weight is just over 31K and he has never complained about not having enough power in the mountains,he has traveled out west, Yellowstone, Grand Teton's, etc...

Here is a formula that gives a rough idea of the flywheel HP required to tow a fifth wheel up a grade at speed.

HP= s(53000+gw)/31800

s = speed (mph)
g= % grade
w= weight of truck and trailer

It should give a fairly accurate number for most 5vers traveling 50 - 65 mph.

So to tow a 31k truck and trailer combination up the Creston Salmo pass (grade of 9%) at 60 mph would require about 625 flywheel hp.
Your buddy would likely be able to maintain 60 mph pulling hills with a 6% grade or less. Dropping down to 45 or 50 mph on the odd hill is not a big concern, I'm just saying that the diesels still don't have an over abundance of power for people pulling big trailers in the mountains.
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Here is a formula that gives a rough idea of the flywheel HP required to tow a fifth wheel up a grade at speed.

HP= s(53000+gw)/31800

s = speed (mph)
g= % grade
w= weight of truck and trailer

It should give a fairly accurate number for most 5vers traveling 50 - 65 mph.

So to tow a 31k truck and trailer combination up the Creston Salmo pass (grade of 9%) at 60 mph would require about 625 flywheel hp.
Your buddy would likely be able to maintain 60 mph pulling hills with a 6% grade or less. Dropping down to 45 or 50 mph on the odd hill is not a big concern, I'm just saying that the diesels still don't have an over abundance of power for people pulling big trailers in the mountains.
That is some good info, I can only tell you what he tells me, and all the other people that brag about their truck "not even knowing" their 5th wheel is behind them comments, I have a older 7.3L and I know that I'm behind in the power and torque, but my 5th wheel is only 10K so it does fine with some of the upgrades I've done. There is no way I can tow a 18-21K 5th wheel safely.

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