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Old 01-18-2011, 10:56 AM
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''VIDEO'' 2011 F-150 5.0L vs Tundra 5.7L Drag Race

I found this on youtube just now, Looks like it was filmed with a cell phone or something so its not great quality but you can see whats going on.

YouTube - The big race 1

Personally I think this is very impressive for the 5.0L to run with a ''what sounds like a modded'' 5.7L Toyota!
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Uhh...he got the jump and the Tundra was still walking away at the end. If they would of kept going the gap would of been lol. Crewmax Tundra too, the heaviest of them all.

Not bad for the 5.0 though, I wouldn't mind one
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the 5.7 crewmax is faster then the supercab/supercrew 5.0 without a doubt. My father has a Tundra crewmax 5.7 and it walked all over the 5.0 i tried, not that the 5.0 is slow or underpowered either. I wonder how the EcoBoost would compare - i guess we'll see in a bit...
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Uhh...he got the jump and the Tundra was still walking away at the end. If they would of kept going the gap would of been lol. Crewmax Tundra too, the heaviest of them all.

Not bad for the 5.0 though, I wouldn't mind one
Point benig though that the 5.0, is Fords midrange engine, vs Toyotas most most powerful, and as I said, sounds like is could be modded ''I've asked the owner about that'' To me, the fact that the F-150 5.0L is making 20 less hp and 21 less pound feet of torque yet, all the while pushing a heavier truck and still holding its ground is whats impressive to me. No doubt getting better gas milage too.

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Ok I got a message back from the owner of the Tundra. He informed me that the Tundra is infact lightly modified, while the 5.0L F-150 is stock. Tundra has a Voliant Cold-Air Intake, and a True Duel Magnaflow set up.
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The Tundra and the F-150 are not geared the same either. The Tundra is running a 4.10 / 4.30 I believe and the F-150 had at best a 3.73.

I'm not saying the Ford would have won but lets at least keep things somewhat equal.
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Point benig though that the 5.0, is Fords midrange engine, vs Toyotas most most powerful, and as I said, sounds like is could be modded ''I've asked the owner about that'' To me, the fact that the F-150 5.0L is making 20 less hp and 21 less pound feet of torque yet, all the while pushing a heavier truck and still holding its ground is whats impressive to me. No doubt getting better gas milage too.

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Ok I got a message back from the owner of the Tundra. He informed me that the Tundra is infact lightly modified, while the 5.0L F-150 is stock. Tundra has a Voliant Cold-Air Intake, and a True Duel Magnaflow set up.
Intake and exhaust doesn't really do anything on the Tundra but make more noise. That motor is pretty efficient from the factory. I agree putting the 5.0 up against the 5.7 is not fair. I would love to see a 6.2 vs 5.7 run when they are more readily available.
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I didn't watch the video as there's no need to for me. The only way to make power is to put on a TRD supercharger or LT headers. A CAI and Exhaust won't do anything for hte Tundra except make noise. You might see like 5 hp on these mods in proper conditions.

The overall gearing will be about the same once you take into account the transmission.

Truth is the 5.7 is stout, but the 5.0 is also really stout. The 5.0 is the engine of my choice in my next truck I'm gonna buy. I think it's gonna be the perfect mix of gas mileage, longevity, and performance. In the old days, you were just better off getting the bigger engine. Even over at Toyota, the 4.6 (and the 4.7) offer less hp than the 5.7, but maybe get 1mpg better in ideal conditions. The 5.0 gets better mileage than the 6.2 (noticeably from what I've read on here) and has pretty good power numbers as well. At least the thing will scoot.

I think Ford hit it out of the ballpark with the 5.0. The 6.2 is beastly but the 5.0 is just impressive. The ecoboost is awesome as well, but I'm not gonna buy into running that TT setup for 150K miles while towing and hauling and not put in a lot of money for repairs.

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Was that the 5.0 that was sounding like crap? The Tundra has a better drivetrain than Ford has ever thought of building and that was their first try at a big V8.

Ford has been building their V8's for how long?

Other than the drivetrain the Tundra is a P>O>S and I wouln't own one but you have to call it like it is.
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Was that the 5.0 that was sounding like crap? The Tundra has a better drivetrain than Ford has ever thought of building.
No actually that's Tundra's V8 your hearing. If you listen carfully you can heard the Ford's V8 as a muffeld roar.
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This video is hilarious, modded Tundra barely eeking out bone stock 5.0L.

As far are intake and exhaust not adding anything to the Tundras.
http://www.tundraheadquarters.com/do...dyno-chart.pdf

There goes that excuse. So basically a CAI/exhaust/tune on the 5.0 and it will pull a couple trucks on a CAI/exhaust Tundra 5.7.

As far as the [ignorant] comment regarding the i-Force 5.7 being superior to any powertrain Ford has offered, I guess you haven't been following the 5.0 4V (Mustang or F150), the 6.2 Boss or the EcoBoost 3.5 at all.
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So basically a CAI/exhaust/tune on the 5.0 and it will pull a couple trucks on a CAI/exhaust Tundra 5.7
Wow really? I'm so excited!
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The tundra makes 380hp and 400ftlbs torque?Thats impressive for a 5.7.
The 5.0 is down a few ponies but expected from a smaller displacement engine.
It's nice to have a truck thats fast but the majority of people that buy them care more about reliable , gas mileage and towing.IMO.
Whats more impressive than being able to say to someone my truck has 150k miles on it and I havn't had any major repairs.
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Wow really? I'm so excited!
Tundras can go low 14s with basic mods, beating that with a basic bolt-on 5.0 F150 isn't bad and can create many excuses among the lesser "performance" crowd.
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That video is utterly meaningless. When someone posts up some time slips then we can actually have some measured performance. Until then it is all masturbation and bench racing..... which are about the same thing.
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YouTube - 2011 F-150 5.0 vs 2010 Silverado 5.3L

YouTube - 2011 F-150 EcoBoost (BLUE) vs 2011 F-150 5.0 (TAN)

The 5.0 is no slouch
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