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Old 02-24-2010, 11:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Arrow Here they are - Official HP/TQ Numbers...

390 HP @ 2,800 / 735 TQ @ 1,600

ALL-NEW FORD-ENGINEERED, FORD-TESTED, FORD-BUILT DIESEL MAXIMIZES 2011 SUPER DUTY?S PRODUCTIVITY | Ford Motor Company Newsroom


The F-350/450/550 Chassis Cabs are rated at 300 HP @ 2,800 RPM / 660 TQ @ 1,600 RPM...
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I just read this one: 2011 F-Series Super Duty: Ford Tows Chevy To Woodshed, Smacks It Around - 2011 Ford Super Duty - Jalopnik


Tows it to the wood shed. lol

Hey powerstroke, do you have or know how the torqe curve goes on these. It hits 735 at 1600, but does it flat line out till 2800 rpm?
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Old 02-25-2010, 07:19 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Impressive!

I was hoping for the 400 HP bragging right....but I will "suffer" with 390!

Wanna bet Chevy takes the 400HP mark?
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Burried in the fine print of the Ford release is the little gem that the super-reliable Garrett turbos that Ford/International diesels have had for years will not be part of the new engine. The stock Garrett turbos were great - reliable and durable - unless you hot-rodded the engine and then allowed more than about 25 PSI boost.

Instead, in the Ford 6.7 diesel, you get a Honeywell turbo. I hope it's as good as the old Garretts. With 390 stock horses, there shouldn't be any need for more power for 99.97 percent of pickup owners. So I suspect the tuning gurus will have to find another way to make a living when the 7.3Ls and 6.0Ls get old and replaced by newer iron.

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• Honeywell’s VNT™ (variable nozzle turbine) DualBoost turbocharger features an industry-first dual-sided compressor wheel that works in a single housing. The unit is uniquely center-mounted on a pedestal low in the back of the valley for improved NVH. This turbocharger design allows the single unit to deliver the benefits of a twin-turbocharger system in a smaller, more efficient package, combining the advantages of a small turbocharger (faster response) and a large turbocharger (ability to compress and force more air into the engine for more power) in one unit.
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Burried in the fine print of the Ford release is the little gem that the super-reliable Garrett turbos that Ford/International diesels have had for years will not be part of the new engine. The stock Garrett turbos were great - reliable and durable - unless you hot-rodded the engine and then allowed more than about 25 PSI boost.

Instead, in the Ford 6.7 diesel, you get a Honeywell turbo. I hope it's as good as the old Garretts. With 390 stock horses, there shouldn't be any need for more power for 99.97 percent of pickup owners. So I suspect the tuning gurus will have to find another way to make a living when the 7.3Ls and 6.0Ls get old and replaced by newer iron.

My 2006 6.0 liter (bone stock and not run hard), lost it's Garrett turbo at 50K miles. That does not sit well with me.

Bring on the Honeywell in my new 2011!
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Why would they de-tune the gasser especially when the Super Duties are heavier than the Rapter?
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Man, that engine looks good! Can't wait to drive one.
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I just looked into the honeywell turbochargers honeywell actually makes Garret. Here is a link to their site Welcome to TurboByGarrett.com heres another link to info on VNT turbo charger by them. http://www.honeywell.com/sites/porta...works&theme=P1 It specifically says garret when you start reading the article. Just an FYI so people are worried about switching from garret.
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C'mon GM take the bait and lets see what you have now so we can release the "real #'s"
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Someone on here that works for Ford said their official parts catalog has it listed at 400HP, so maybe these number will actually go up once it's launched.
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Why would they de-tune the gasser especially when the Super Duties are heavier than the Rapter?
Let's put these powerful numbers in perspective.
For the gassers, the outgoing 2010 Super Duty's standard 5.4-liter gas V-8 is rated at 300 hp and 365 pounds-feet, and the optional 6.8-liter V-10 is rated at 362 hp and 457 pounds-feet. So the new 6.2-liter V-8 has more horsepower than either of the old engines and just misses splitting the difference in torque between the 5.4-liter and 6.8-liter, with two fewer cylinders than the massive 6.8-liter.
We can also compare the 6.2-liter V-8 in the Super Duty against its application in the 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. The 6.2-liter V-8 in the Raptor is rated at a larger 411 hp and 434 pounds-feet.
The power numbers are larger in the light-duty pickup for two reasons, according to Chris Brewer, Super Duty chief engineer.

"The main reason is that when the truck goes over 8,500 pounds [gross vehicle weight rating], the SAE [horsepower and torque] rating method changes," Brewer said. "We can't get the same horsepower and torque out of it [like we can in the F-150].”
The 6.2-liter V-8 in the Super Duty also uses a different camshaft from the light-duty version, which, some may recall, is the same approach Ford uses to make 500 hp in the FR Raptor XT version of the 6.2-liter V-8.
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Burried in the fine print of the Ford release is the little gem that the super-reliable Garrett turbos that Ford/International diesels have had for years will not be part of the new engine. The stock Garrett turbos were great - reliable and durable - unless you hot-rodded the engine and then allowed more than about 25 PSI boost.

Instead, in the Ford 6.7 diesel, you get a Honeywell turbo. I hope it's as good as the old Garretts. With 390 stock horses, there shouldn't be any need for more power for 99.97 percent of pickup owners. So I suspect the tuning gurus will have to find another way to make a living when the 7.3Ls and 6.0Ls get old and replaced by newer iron.

That couldn't be further from the truth. Do you visit boards other than this?
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That couldn't be further from the truth. Do you visit boards other than this?
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I was waiting to see if there would be a reply.. There will always be a group that wants more power than stock.
I hope this new engine and trans will hold up to the extra power that is waiting to be found.
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Someone on here that works for Ford said their official parts catalog has it listed at 400HP, so maybe these number will actually go up once it's launched.

I think they detuned it after the catalog was released. Notice where the HP/Torque is. The #s are within 100 rpms of what the last 7.3 was rated at. Lower rpms and more power/torque.
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