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I watched a review from TFL yesterday with 5Star. They dyno tested a 2019 and 2020 back to back. Both stock, the 19 with the 6.7 and 6 speed w/3.55 rear, and the new 2020 6.7 and 10 speed w/3.31 gears. The results were obnoxious. The new 6.7 Gen3 puts out nearly it's crank rated HP, at the wheels. In fact the first run exceeded the stated HP and came close to the rated torque. 476HP and 1030 TQ. The subsequent runs averaged 466 HP and 972 ft lb of tq. Ford rates the new 6.7 at 475 HP and 1050 FtLb Tq.

Skip ahead to 7:30 to see the output numbers.

 

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Wow, that is very interesting. I love my truck and it's hard believe it can get any better!
 

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One thing I am thankful of, no Magma Red. If Ford made it in Magma Red then I would be drooling and trying to figure out how to get one. My F150 Platinum is Magma Red and I love it!
 

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I watched a review from TFL yesterday with 5Star. They dyno tested a 2019 and 2020 back to back. Both stock, the 19 with the 6.7 and 6 speed w/3.55 rear, and the new 2020 6.7 and 10 speed w/3.31 gears. The results were obnoxious. The new 6.7 Gen3 puts out nearly it's crank rated HP, at the wheels. In fact the first run exceeded the stated HP and came close to the rated torque. 476HP and 1030 TQ. The subsequent runs averaged 466 HP and 972 ft lb of tq. Ford rates the new 6.7 at 475 HP and 1050 FtLb Tq.

Skip ahead to 7:30 to see the output numbers.

This is pretty cool...
 

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I wonder if the dyno results are accurate since it put out crank hp to the wheels. Comparing A to B is good for relative numbers but I question the absolute values...so yes, it appears the 2020 does much better than the 2019.
 

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The 10 speed does give a true 1:1 output in 7th, and matched to the 3.55 rear, does give it a good power band, so it is quite possible that the dyno results are accurate. I would think the guys at 5* would know how to run the dyno since, well, that is what they do. :) What that shows is the 10 speed doesn't have as much power train loss when configured as it was. The further from 1:1 in the test, the more the loss can grow when looking at the 7.3 Tremor test. They couldn't run it in 7th, but had to run in 5th I think due to the low rear end and larger tires.

Still amazed it showed 1030 TQ at the wheels.
 

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Would be nice to see those numbers duplicated by other reputable dyno shops is all I'm sayin'...
 

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