Well, all I can tell you is my experiences, in the real world. I have run into a few new ('08-09's) with Chevy's, Dodges and Ford 6.4's. the only one I have not whipped totally is a Ford 6.4, BUT, I was towing an empty 4-wheeler trailer and the 6.4 was empty. It was dead even from a stop light to whatever. All of the others were a solo situation and was up a bodatious hill and they didn't stand a chance. If you tow a bunch and want a gasser, better get a 4.30 or a 4.88, otherwise, the standard 4.10, which is what I have, will do you fine. All I know is that if I do ever have to work on my V-10, I won't need to lift the friggin cab to do it. Also, I haven't had the first regen incident and my maintenance costs are less than $29.95 every 4,000 miles. What about you diesel dudes??
2002 F-350 SRW Lariat,4X4, PSD with too many goodies to list. 182k and a very strong 7.3. SOLD
2008 F-250, SC Lariat, 4X4,Shortbed, Pueblo Gold/black, V-10, 4.10, auto, Delivered on 9/7/07, great looking rig. South Texas bumpers front/rear, Air Raid Intake System, Diablosport Predator, Magnaflow, Husky's, JJ's, Ford alarm/remote start, Marathon seat covers, Sirius, PIAA, Access cover, Weatherguard tool box, Rhino liner, Michelins, Duraflap mud flaps, Escort 9500i, MagHytec rear dif cover.
2007 Lincoln LT (wifer's grocery getter),Superchip,Magnaflow duels, K&N dropin, Leer Browning Special
1996 Ford Bronco EB; almost stock
2007 Kubota 900 RTV diesel with goodies.
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