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did ford lower their power ratings?

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did ford lower their power ratings?

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No they didn't.
Simple mistake or predisposition?

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I still want to know if anyone has tested the higher rated 6.7 against the chev. this one was done with the lower one. Ford brought an F-250 4WD Super Duty Crew Cab shortbed in Lariat trim to the rodeo. It delivers 735 lb-ft of torque at 1,600 rpm and 390 hp at 2,800 rpm from its all-new 6.7-liter V-8 turbodiesel

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No they didn't.
Simple mistake or predisposition?
It's an older test using the pre-400hp 6.7L powerstroke.
If you missed the the Diesel Power/Pickuptrucks.com King of the Hill test where they pair a 400hp 6.7L F-350 and an 397hp Chevy 6.6L 3500
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It's an older test using the pre-400hp 6.7L powerstroke.
If you missed the the Diesel Power/Pickuptrucks.com King of the Hill test where they pair a 400hp 6.7L F-350 and an 397hp Chevy 6.6L 3500
http://blogs.dieselpowermag.com/6729...oke/index.html



Its a pre- 400hp 6.7 ???? The artical is this month, this year. Was the editor living under a rock ?? How about the " seat of the pants dyno ". How about some credibility. Stick with the diesel power mag test. At least theres more credibility in the artical.

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I had no idea the LML was 60% new parts.. some gave me the impression it was a "minor" upgrade.

Seat of the pants is what sold me on the GM too, I won't lie.. drove all 3, liked the Chevy best.. Handling, acceleration, ride, and over all curb appeal. I had no empirical date in front of me when I made the choice. But these guys did do a tow test too, right?

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It's an older test using the pre-400hp 6.7L powerstroke.
If you missed the the Diesel Power/Pickuptrucks.com King of the Hill test where they pair a 400hp 6.7L F-350 and an 397hp Chevy 6.6L 3500
http://blogs.dieselpowermag.com/6729...oke/index.html

yeah this says it all...

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After our initial ’11-model-year-truck testing last summer in Michigan, we were left wondering how the high-output (400 hp) version of the new 6.7L Power Stroke would have faired against the 397hp 6.6L LML Duramax. Surely with 800 lb-ft of torque, the new Super Duty should give the 765-lb-ft Duramax a run for its money in a test of power, right?



Nope. It wasn’t even close.



Once again, the Chevy proved to be the superior performer when it comes to acceleration testing. In every towing test we ran on I-70, the Silverado 3500 outperformed the Super Duty F-350.

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The new DP has the 400HP 6.7 v. LML. The LML won everything but the DEF consumption/cost. The Chevy only came with like 2 gallons of DEF so they had to fill it. Oddly, Ford declined to support the I-70 tow test so GM bought an F-350 and gave them a 3500 to complete the test. A retired Ford T&T engineer did the driving.

The LML does use more DEF from everything I have read.

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I belive they burn more DEF during break in but once you get over 25,000 miles/ KM after that they will taper down a bit due it a new engine it will take time to break in that one reason why the DEF have to cycle it little more often than the engine is complety break in.

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