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The 3.5 ecoboost TQ curve is very impressive, in comparison to any of the gas engines.

The V10 might have more TQ, but the ecoboost puts it down evenly.

In fact, the ecoboost makes better TQ than the 6.2, till after 4000, which really who's going to really be towing at over 4000 RPM's anyways?
And the V10 has one of the flattest torque curves of any naturally aspirated gas engines. It puts out 400 FT. LB's at just 1900 RPM.
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I had a magazine where I red an article promoting a prototype.It was a 5.0 v8. The output was 500 hp and 700 tq. This engine designed for the superdutty line. I think might be an ecoboost. The only difference it needs metano or ethanol along with gasoline in a different container. Maybe somebody knows what I am talking about.
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I had a magazine where I red an article promoting a prototype.It was a 5.0 v8. The output was 500 hp and 700 tq. This engine designed for the superdutty line. I think might be an ecoboost. The only difference it needs metano or ethanol along with gasoline in a different container. Maybe somebody knows what I am talking about.
I hope the rumors are true.
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And the V10 has one of the flattest torque curves of any naturally aspirated gas engines. It puts out 400 FT. LB's at just 1900 RPM.
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The 3.5 ecoboost puts down an even 420 ft lbs right from 2000-4500 RPM.
And look at the tranny it comes with.
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The 3.5 ecoboost puts down an even 420 ft lbs right from 2000-4500 RPM.
And look at the tranny it comes with.
And the V10 puts it's peak of 457 ft lbs at 3750. 3.5 Ecoboost comes up a bit short..... I like the 3.5 Ecoboost, but it's not enough for a F550.
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And the V10 puts it's peak of 457 ft lbs at 3750. 3.5 Ecoboost comes up a bit short.....
Even a 2-valve V10 puts out 425 peak.
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I don't believe that anyone is recommending the 3.5L Ecoboost for the Super Duty line. We are discussing the 5.0L and 6.2L Ecoboost that does not exist at this time.
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I have asked the question about a 5.0 EB and the engineers I spoke said that right now there are no plans to have a 5.0 EB. I have heard rumors of a 4.4 Power Stroke Diesel option though. Personally I would like to see both.
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Even a 2-valve V10 puts out 425 peak.
This is sort of a pointless comparison, but the 3.5 EB engine TQ curve is way more steady than even the V10.

The v10 might have more, but this is the 1/2 ton ecoboost. If we see a 5.0 ecoboost, it would murder every gas engine, and possibly even the diesel.
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I have asked the question about a 5.0 EB and the engineers I spoke said that right now there are no plans to have a 5.0 EB. I have heard rumors of a 4.4 Power Stroke Diesel option though. Personally I would like to see both.
IMHO I think we'll see a 5.0 ecoboost first, but if dodge goes diesels in the half tons, I expect for would be ready to counteract that business move.
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