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Old 10-23-2011, 08:08 PM
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EB or 3 valve V10 most power?

Does the ecoboost have more horsepower and torque then the 3 valve tritan V 10?
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3.5 EcoBoost - 365 HP / 420 TQ
6.8 Triton V10 - 362 HP / 457 TQ
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3.5 EcoBoost - 365 HP / 420 TQ
6.8 Triton V10 - 362 HP / 457 TQ
Almost identical!! Now what about MPG??
6.8 V10-9mpg
3.5 Ecoboost- 19-23mpg!!
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In the same vehicle I'd bet money the mpg difference isn't going to be as much as some may think. Completely different engines for completely different applications. You sure will not see a 3.5l EB put into a F-450-F-750 or F53 chassis in the near future.
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In the same vehicle I'd bet money the mpg difference isn't going to be as much as some may think. Completely different engines for completely different applications. You sure will not see a 3.5l EB put into a F-450-F-750 or F53 chassis in the near future.
That's a very good point sir. Now if Ford ever gets off their asses and builds and ecoboost V-8, the V-10 will be a distant memory.
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That's a very good point sir. Now if Ford ever gets off their asses and builds and ecoboost V-8, the V-10 will be a distant memory.
If the customer is willing to pay the fairly large price difference. Price often matters more on fleet vehicle sales than individual sales. The EB would be even closer to the price of the turbo diesel option with a lot of the same parts related liability.
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If the customer is willing to pay the fairly large price difference. Price often matters more on fleet vehicle sales than individual sales. The EB would be even closer to the price of the turbo diesel option with a lot of the same parts related liability.
Not even close in price. The 3.5L EB was $1750 above the base 3.7L and $750 above the 5.0. The 6.7L is a mere $8K above the base 6.2L in the SD. I could an ecoboost V-8 running $2500 max.
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We need a 5.0 EB with about 500HP and 600FPT. Should be doable seeing what they are getting out of the 3.5!
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Not even close in price. The 3.5L EB was $1750 above the base 3.7L and $750 above the 5.0. The 6.7L is a mere $8K above the base 6.2L in the SD. I could an ecoboost V-8 running $2500 max.
Its closer in price to the diesel than the V10. When your buying a fleet of trucks $2500 per truck can make a LOT of difference.
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Its closer in price to the diesel than the V10. When your buying a fleet of trucks $2500 per truck can make a LOT of difference.
Agreed sir but if Ford actually did offer an EB superduty, I'd wager that the 6.2L would remain the base engine for now.
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The question is do you need a 3/4 or 1 ton truck?
Or do you need a 1/2 ton truck?
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We need a 5.0 EB with about 500HP and 600FPT. Should be doable seeing what they are getting out of the 3.5!
I agree, but those numbers could poach a lot of diesel sales My guess is we'll never see that configuration of engine.
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I agree, but those numbers could poach a lot of diesel sales My guess is we'll never see that configuration of engine.
I hope we do. I'd buy that over the V10 's that I have now. Even if it gave 1 MPG more in the city on a F550 it would be worth it. Screw the 6.7.
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