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Re: Seen this yet

It's already been stated on here a bunch, the turbo is a weakness for the 6.7 in trying to make big hp.

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Doesn't look good?
It looks disasterous...
That's all the 6.7L has with a tune?
Geez..

Matt or Mike,
Tell me there's a lot more to be had, please???
There is!

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The Fords are definitely heavier.
What tune were you running?
NO they are NOT.... Not by much anyway 2011 Dmax is within a 100 to 200lbs of the new Ford acording to all the specs and the DP comparisons

The new Dmax picked up roughly 6-800lbs where as the 6.7 lost wieght


Fauck I just may not be buying a Ford after seeing this. What is the deal with the 6.7??? I have seen big HP claims and dyno sheets yet everyone is running mid to high 14's Does the tranny gear ratio powerband of the motor just not work together or what?? Am I missing something here?

I am not at all bashing I am honestly curious what's going on

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The Fords are definitely heavier.
What tune were you running?
Innovative Xstreet.... prolly wouldnt have stood a chance from a roll on xrace lol

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NO they are NOT.... Not by much anyway 2011 Dmax is within a 100 to 200lbs of the new Ford acording to all the specs and the DP comparisons

The new Dmax picked up roughly 6-800lbs where as the 6.7 lost wieght


Fauck I just may not be buying a Ford after seeing this. What is the deal with the 6.7??? I have seen big HP claims and dyno sheets yet everyone is running mid to high 14's Does the tranny gear ratio powerband of the motor just not work together or what?? Am I missing something here?

I am not at all bashing I am honestly curious what's going on
like i said im not sure of the specs on the 11s but with all the BS claims & poo flinging i would like to see 2 same spec trucks on the scales to be sure....

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also.... my 6.7 will roast the tires through 3rd gear dry pavement stock with 3.31 gears in it.... i dont really care if a 11 dmax will pull a truck in the 1/8 stock, i wouldnt trade mine in for nothin to get a max instead.... the looks better better equiped more comfy i love it!!

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There is!
Any idea when ?

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yea any idea.just got a new truck and want to makeit real fast.any ideas who can help with that challenge?
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NO they are NOT.... Not by much anyway 2011 Dmax is within a 100 to 200lbs of the new Ford acording to all the specs and the DP comparisons

The new Dmax picked up roughly 6-800lbs where as the 6.7 lost wieght


Fauck I just may not be buying a Ford after seeing this. What is the deal with the 6.7??? I have seen big HP claims and dyno sheets yet everyone is running mid to high 14's Does the tranny gear ratio powerband of the motor just not work together or what?? Am I missing something here?

I am not at all bashing I am honestly curious what's going on

Im a Dmax owner that has an order form filled out for a KR F450 that is awaiting my approval on Monday.

Like you I think the ford has the styling nailed (other than that god awful grill) inside and out. I just wanted a good looking truck that could turn heads with a set of rims n tires and leave stock, but after seeing that youtube video Im at a loss as to what to do.

Realistically waiting a year for the 2012 may not be the answer either. Id have to think this may be the platform for a couple years atleast before any changes were made to close the obvious gap between it and the dmax. With that though GM has the same time to improve on its design as well.

I really had hoped Ford came in with a winner for this year.
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What does it matter which one wins in a drag race? What really matters is how the truck does when hauling or towing, which it does really well. I am a Ford guy, but made the mistake of owning an '07 GMC 3500 Sierra Classic for 4 years (because I didn't want a 6.0L). It was a comfy but it doesn't even hold a candle to my stock 11 Superduty, the GMC was tuned and my Superduty out pulls it and the interior is nicer also (the GMC was fully loaded and my Superduty is a Lariat Ultimate). All I can say is that Ford makes the best trucks out there, if they didn't they wouldn't sell 2 HD pickups to every 1 sold by GM or Dodge combined!

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What tune were you running?
Nvm didnt see 2nd page

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