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2011 Ford F-SERIES SUPER DUTY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

February 25, 2010


To: All Ford Dealers
Subject: EFC0201896DC 2011MY Super Duty Specifications/Pricing Announcement

We are excited to announce specifications and pricing information for the all-new 2011MY Super Duty – America's Most Capable Truck. This new level of capability, combined with unparalleled durability, enhanced towing and off-road features, and advanced technologies ensure Super Duty will continue to be the dominant player in the Heavy Duty truck segment.

All-New 2011MY Super Duty leads the Heavy-Duty Segment in Power, Capability, and Fuel Efficiency

The most capable heavy duty truck in America just became the most powerful and the most fuel efficient with gas and diesel engines. Highlights include:

Fuel economy on the all-new 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty equipped with the 6.7L Power Stroke® V-8 diesel engine averages an 18 percent improvement for pickup models, up to 25 percent improvement for chassis cabs versus 2010 models. Trucks equipped with new base 6.2-liter V-8 gas engine average a 15 percent improvement versus 2010.
The all-new Ford-engineered, Ford-designed, Ford-built 6.7L Power Stroke V-8 turbocharged diesel engine has best-in-class torque of 735 ft.-lb. (at 1,600 rpm) and best-in-class 390 horsepower (at 2,800 rpm) – 85 ft.-lb. and 40 horsepower more than the outgoing product – with best-in-class fuel economy; new engine is B20 biodiesel compatible as well.
All-new 6.2L V-8 gas engine also best-in-class with 385 horsepower and 405 ft.-lb. of torque – 85 more horsepower and 40 ft.-lb. of torque more than the current 5.4-liter V-8 gas engine – combined with class-leading fuel economy and E85 compatibility.
The all-new powertrains are the backbone of the new 2011 F-Series Super Duty, which has class-leading towing capability of 26,400 pounds and best-in-class payload capability of 6,520 pounds

Attached is a detailed specification sheet for the 2011MY Super Duty including Towing, Payload, HP and Torque numbers. In addition, we have attached the press release announcing our best-in-class capability.

Pricing Summary: A Great Value Story for the Customer

The heart of the Super Duty lineup will see no or minimal showroom-equipped price increase vs. 2010 models, even with the addition of great new standard equipment. Highlights include:

Showroom-equipped MSRP of F-250 XLT Crew Cab 4x4 Diesel has NO PRICE INCREASE vs. 2010 model thanks to the previously announced $1,000 MSRP National Discount package on all trucks ordered with the XLT trim series. Key equipment upgrades include the all-new 6.7L Power Stroke® V-8 turbocharged diesel engine, all-new heavy-duty TorqShift® six-speed automatic transmission, all-new seats, class-leading standard safety equipment (side air bags, Safety Canopy, Trailer Sway Control (Pick-ups).
At $7,835 MSRP, the all-new 6.7L Power Stroke® V-8 turbocharged diesel engine has NO PRICE INCREASE vs. 2010MY Power Stroke® V-8 diesel engine. Customer gets class-leading horse power, torque, and fuel economy without increasing the price.
Showroom-equipped MSRP of F-250 XL Reg Cab 4x2 increases by $655 MSRP, which includes an all-new 6.2L gas engine, all-new heavy-duty TorqShift® six-speed automatic transmission, all-new seats, and class-leading standard safety equipment (side air bags, Safety Canopy, Trailer Sway Control (Pick-ups).
Recognizing the challenging economic environment in the commercial segment, the most popular chassis cab configurations – F-550 XL Regular Cab 4x2 -- will see a PRICE DECREASE of $535 MSRP Showroom-equipped. This includes the all-new 6.7L Power Stroke® V-8 turbocharged diesel engine, all-new heavy-duty TorqShift® six-speed automatic transmission, all-new seats, and class-leading standard safety equipment (side air bags, Safety Canopy).

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2011 FORD F-SERIES SUPER DUTY LEADS HEAVY-DUTY
TRUCKS IN CAPABILITY, NOW FUEL ECONOMY, TOO
DEARBORN, Mich., Feb. 25, 2010 –

The new 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty delivers the most
heavy-duty truck horsepower. Top torque. Industry-best towing capability and payload. Fuel
economy leadership. In short, the new Super Duty delivers leadership in every feature that
matters to heavy-duty truck customers.
• The most capable heavy-duty pickup in America – the Ford F-Series Super Duty – also is the
most powerful and fuel-efficient for the 2011 model year, offering customers their choice of
either gas or diesel engines.
• Fuel economy on the all-new 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty equipped with the 6.7-liter
Power Stroke® V-8 diesel engine averages an 18 percent improvement for pickup models and
up to 25 percent improvement for chassis cabs versus 2010 models. Trucks equipped with
new base 6.2-liter V-8 gas engines average a 15 percent improvement versus 2010 models
• The all-new Ford-engineered, Ford-designed, Ford-built 6.7-liter Power Stroke V-8
turbocharged diesel engine has best-in-class torque of 735 ft.-lb. (at 1,600 rpm) and best-inclass
390 horsepower (at 2,800 rpm) – 85 ft.-lb. and 40 horsepower more than the outgoing
model – with best-in-class fuel economy; new engine is B20 biodiesel compatible, too
• All-new 6.2-liter V-8 gas engine is also best-in-class with 385 horsepower and 405 ft.-lb. of
torque – 85 more horsepower and 40 ft.-lb. of torque more than the current 5.4-liter V-8 gas
engine. It also delivers class-leading fuel economy and E85 compatibility
• All-new powertrains are the backbone of the new 2011 F-Series Super Duty, which has classleading
towing capability 26,400 pounds on chassis cabs and 24,400 pounds on pickups; bestin-
class payload capability of 12,711 on chassis cabs and 6,520 pounds on pickups
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With Ford-built diesel and gas powertrains, the all-new Ford Super Duty dominates the
competition in payload, conventional towing, fifth-wheel towing and gross combined weight
rating in both pickups and chassis cabs. Diesel engines account for 65 percent of the Super Duty
sales, with gas engines making up the remaining 35 percent.
The new 6.7-liter Power Stroke V-8 turbocharged diesel – designed, engineered and built by
Ford – delivers class-leading fuel economy as well as best-in-class 390 horsepower and 735 ft.-
lb. of torque – that’s 75 ft.-lb. more than its nearest competitor in the market today. Plus, the new
Super Duty fuel economy improvement averages 18 percent better for pickup models and up to
25 percent for chassis cab versus the outgoing Super Duty.
Significantly improved torque – 85 ft.-lb. more than the current 6.4-liter Power Stroke diesel – is
good news for the nearly 97 percent of Super Duty customers who tow and helps the 2011 Super
Duty deliver class-leading towing capability at 26,400 pounds with the F-550 chassis cab. The
2011 Super Duty also has class-leading payload capability at 6,520 pounds.
“Having best-in-class numbers is powerful, but the real payoff is how those numbers deliver for
our customers,” said Mark Fields, Ford president of the Americas. “For 33 years, F-Series has
been the No. 1-seller in America because we listen to our customers. With Super Duty, they’ve
told us how they use their trucks to tow, and on the new truck, we focused on delivering best-inclass
towing capability for them with new powertrains that deliver best-in-class power and bestin-
class fuel economy.”
Built to last, just the way customers like
During the Super Duty’s development, engineers put more than 10.3 million equivalent test
miles on the new diesel engine, including extreme road and weather conditions. The new Power
Stroke diesel is the most-tested Power Stroke ever, incorporating the most rigorous engine tests
found in Ford globally.
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Extensive CAD (computer-aided design) and CAE (computer-aided engineering) work was
completed to identify any potential challenges before hardware was created, which not only is
time-efficient but also helps ensure quality at the outset.
Customer data, including driving styles, road types and vehicle usage (towing and payload), also
played a key role in developing the testing program that best replicated Super Duty use.
Components were tested in the laboratory with a regimen designed to exceed what even the most
extreme-use customer might dish out. Engines literally ran continuously for hundreds of hours.
Engines were started in below-zero temperatures more than 2,600 times. Plus, laboratory tests
simulated 10 years of use in arctic conditions.
B20 compatibility added for 2011 model year
The strict testing work also ensured the new engine is B20 compatible, which allows customers
another fueling option that uses blends of up to 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent petroleum
diesel. Because biodiesel fuel varies in quality in the U.S. and Canada, durability testing cycles
were run on multiple blends of the fuel to ensure the robustness of the system. This is especially
important to the agricultural industry, where biodiesel is often the preferred fuel.
“These tests give us the full spectrum of Super Duty customers – from those who run their trucks
at maximum power with a maximum load for long periods to those who use them more in a startstop
mode,” said Ed Waszczenko, lead engine durability engineer.
Finally, a battery of in-vehicle, real-world tests validated the work done in the laboratories. The
2011 F-450 Super Duty, for example, can tow a 24,400-pound trailer up a 6 percent grade at 47
mph, which is more than 50 percent faster than the outgoing product. The F-450 and F-550 have
no competitors in the marketplace.
“That’s the difference between trucks passing you, or you passing trucks,” said Chris Brewer,
Super Duty chief engineer.
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Class-leading capability
Growing Super Duty’s heavy-truck leadership legacy, the 2011 F-250 and F-350 pickup trucks
have best-in-class conventional towing and payload capability. The F-250 and F-350 single-rearwheel
model can tow up to 14,000 pounds with payloads of 4,050 pounds and 4,600 pounds,
respectively.
In addition, the F-350 dual-rear-wheel model delivers best-in-class conventional towing of
16,000 pounds and fifth-wheel towing of 21,600 pounds as well as best-in-class payload of 6,520
pounds. With chassis cab sales accounting for up to 25 percent of the Super Duty mix, the
leadership towing capability of the F-550 fifth-wheel hitch is notable: 26,400 pounds.
The improved torque also enables the driver to hold a higher gear longer, which helps with
highway fuel economy. “This prevents transmission ‘gear hunting,’ and lets you stay in gear
longer before downshifting, ultimately saving fuel,” Brewer said.
Quietest Power Stroke ever
In addition to its capability, the new 6.7-liter Power Stroke V-8 has the lowest NVH (noise,
vibration and harshness) in the class with a notably quieter, more refined sound than ever.
Improvements to the combustion system, structural integrity of the compacted graphite iron
block and the single turbocharger mounted to the engine block account for many of the NVH
improvements.
Specific design upgrades were made to both the piston and the piston bowl to optimize the
combustion process, which features a two-stage combustion event instead of a single-injection
event. Single-injection events can cause harsh, sudden and loud combustion. On the 2011 Super
Duty, a starter or pilot injection of fuel begins the combustion process before the main injection.
The result is smoother combustion and a more refined sound for the customer. When at idle, two
pilot injection events are used to make the firing process even smoother and aid in quietness.
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The “ticking” of the high-speed injectors also is quieted by specially designed covers on the
engine. Mounting the turbocharger from the center housing directly to the block provided several
advantages as well in terms of NVH.
“When turbochargers vibrate, it can lead to other parts of the vehicle, such as the exhaust system,
vibrating,” said Adam Gryglak, chief diesel engineering manager. “So when the turbocharger
vibrates a lot, the exhaust system vibrates too, and that’s disturbing to the customer. Bolting the
turbocharger directly to the block eliminates that concern.”
Using one turbocharger, instead of two operating in series or sequentially, helped resolve some
NVH challenges as well. The single turbocharger eliminates air-handling noises – the whooshes
– typically heard when the engine switches from one turbo to the next. Also, the single
turbocharger has ball bearings that pilot the shaft in the turbo, eliminating the potential for the
shaft of the turbocharger to gyrate in its housing, another potential NVH issue.
Other improvements include the addition of two resonators in the intake system as well as a third
resonator near the air cleaner. These additions made it possible to tune the diesel intake system to
the desired sound.
New gas engine leads in torque, horsepower and fuel economy
The 2011 Super Duty features a new, more powerful and efficient standard gasoline engine that
also delivers class-leading numbers. The new 6.2-liter V-8 gasoline engine produces 405 ft.-lb.
of torque (at 4,500 rpm) and 385 horsepower (at 5,500 rpm) on regular gasoline. These numbers
represent an increase of 40 ft.-lb. of torque and 85 horsepower versus the current 5.4-liter V-8.
The new engine also is E85 compatible.
Already cementing its ‘Built Ford Tough’ status
Nearly all the components of the 2011 Super Duty 6.2-liter V-8 are shared with the 6.2-liter V-8
engine found in the 2010 F-150 SVT Raptor, a purpose-built, high-performance off-road truck
versatile enough to take on the most challenging desert adventures as well as daily commutes.
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In November 2008, the 6.2-liter Raptor R not only survived its first grueling Baja 1000, it earned
a podium finish.
Testing on the 6.2-liter V-8 included running multiple engines for more than 500 hours at peak
torque and peak horsepower as well as customer-correlated 1,000-hour road load tests to ensure
dependability for even the toughest Ford F-Series Super Duty customer.
“Having two outstanding powertrains to choose from is a real win-win for Super Duty
customers,” said Doug Scott, truck group marketing manager. “Both Ford’s new diesel and new
gasoline engines deliver the ‘and solution’ – best-in-class horsepower, torque and fuel economy.
“Leadership in areas that matter most to customers will help ensure the 2011 Super Duty will
continue to be the undisputed leader in full-size pickup towing, payload and capability.”
# # #
About Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Mich.,
manufactures or distributes automobiles across six continents. With about 198,000 employees
and about 90 plants worldwide, the company’s automotive brands include Ford, Lincoln,
Mercury and Volvo. The company provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit
Company. For more information regarding Ford’s products, please visit www.ford.com.

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2011 Ford F-SERIES SUPER DUTY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
POWERTRAIN/CHASSIS

POWERTRAIN 6.2L 2V V-8 6.7L 4V V-8
Engine type SOHC Gas (Flex Fuel) OHV Power Stroke® Turbo-Diesel
Block/head Cast iron/aluminum Compacted graphite iron/aluminum
Bore x stroke 4.02 x 3.74 in. 3.90 x 4.25 in.
Displacement 379 cu. in., 6,210 cc 406 cu. in., 6,651 cc
Compression ratio 9.8:1 16.2:1
Fuel injection Sequential electronic High-pressure common rail
Valve operation Roller-rocker shaft Pushrod/rocker arms
Power 385 hp @ 5,500 rpm 390 hp @ 2,800 rpm
Torque 405 ft.-lb. @ 4,500 rpm 735 ft.-lb. @ 1,600 rpm
Oil capacity 7 quarts 13 quarts
Coolant capacity 21.0 quarts 37.8 quarts (27.8 quarts main cooling system + 10.0 quarts
secondary cooling system)
Fuel capacity 35 gallons 37.5 gallons (158-inch and 172-inch WB) / 26 gallons
(137-inch, 142-inch and 156-inch WB)
Recommended fuel Regular unleaded or E85 Ultra-low sulfur diesel or B20 (containing 20% or less biodiesel)
Transmission type Heavy-duty TorqShift™ six-speed
automatic Heavy-duty TorqShift six-speed automatic
Gear ratios
1st 3.97:1 3.97:1
2nd 2.32:1 2.32:1
3rd 1.52:1 1.52:1
4th 1.15:1 1.15:1
5th 0.86:1 0.86:1
6th 0.67:1 0.67:1
Reverse 3.13:1 3.13:1
Available axle ratios 3.73, 4.30 3.31, 3.55, 3.73, 4.30
SUSPENSION
Front
4x2 Independent twin I-beam (narrow front track) with coil springs, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar (F-250/350)
Mono beam (wide front track) with coil springs, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar (F-450)
4x4
Mono beam (narrow front track) with coil springs, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar (F-250/350)
Mono beam (wide front track) with coil springs, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar (F-450)
Rear
4x2
Live axle with leaf springs, staggered shock absorbers and stabilizer bar;
stabilizer bar standard on DRW models and available with camper package and snowplow package on
SRW pickups
4x4
Live axle with leaf springs, staggered shock absorbers and stabilizer bar;
stabilizer bar standard on DRW models and available with camper package and snowplow package on
SRW pickups
STEERING
Type Power assist
Overall ratio 20.49:1 (F-250/F-350 4x2); 20.41:1 (F-250/F-350 4x4); 20.41:1 average (F-450)
BRAKES
Type 4 wheel vented disc, ABS (standard)
Front 13.66-inch discs (F-250, F-350), 14.53-inch discs (F-450)
2011 Ford F-SERIES SUPER DUTY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Rear 13.39-inch discs (F-250, F-350), 15.35-inch discs (F-450)
Assist type Vacuum (F-250/F-350 SRW gas engines) / hydro-boost (F-350 SRW diesel engine, F-350 DRW/ F-450)
Attached Files
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do you know if the torque flat lines after 1600 rpm to 2800 rpm?
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do you know if the torque flat lines after 1600 rpm to 2800 rpm?
Sorry HP and TQ #'s just released a few hours ago, have not seen a Dyno sheet, or talked with anyone that has. I'm sure Ford Engineers have tested re-tested, my guess is NO WAY they have a flat TQ curve between 1600 and 2800. This thing will pull all the way through..........

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Sorry HP and TQ #'s just released a few hours ago, have not seen a Dyno sheet, or talked with anyone that has. I'm sure Ford Engineers have tested re-tested, my guess is NO WAY they have a flat TQ curve between 1600 and 2800. This thing will pull all the way through..........

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I thought a flat torque line after peak torque was a good thing?

I'm sorry but the specs on the F-450 brakes have to be wrong... no way 14.56" brakes will fit in the 17" wheels.. the 13.66" brakes leave maybe one millimeter between the caliper and the inner wheel... I think they posted the specs to the 2010 F450...
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torque line

yes flat torque line is good.

If it continues to pull all the way thru and increases. Ok, what is max torque then and at what RPM?

if it reaches full torque at 1600 rpm like its suppose too. You want it to keep full torque all the way to max HP.
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If you believe their numbers, the torque comes out to be 731ft-lbs at 2800rpm (peak HP) -- which would imply a flat torque curve after 1600.
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If you believe their numbers, the torque comes out to be 731ft-lbs at 2800rpm (peak HP) -- which would imply a flat torque curve after 1600.
that's exactly what i was just about to calculate.

looks pretty dern flat to me!!!!

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