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Old 11-03-2009, 08:19 PM
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Just saw on pickuptrucks.com the 6.2L will have 411HP and 434 ft. lbs. of torque using reg fuel didnt say if was for both F-150 & 250 but thats the numbers for the F-150 for sure. Sorry if this is a repost.

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Those are GREAT numbers for the 6.2L. I am sure...those are conservative numbers too. That engine has so much more potential...

What I have said in the past...is the 6.2L must provide more torque than my current V10 in order for me to consider it (wasn't concerned with hp numbers). If the numbers hold up...then my next 2011 or 2012 SuperDuty CC 4x4 will have the 6.2L.

Just in case any are interested...my '03 V10 has 310hp and 425ft/lbs torque.

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Don't know how accurate, but :

6.2L V8
Max HP - 411 @ 5500 rpm
Max Torque - 434 @ 4500 rpm

6.8L V10
Max HP - 362 @ 4750 rpm (310 @ 4250(?) for 2-valve)
Max Torque - 457 @ 3250 rpm (425 @ 3250 for 2-valve)

Kinda what I expected. With 8 cylinders, versus 10, you're looking at 25% higher RPMs (or 20%?) to get the same peak torque numbers. Just about right.
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Good info Krewat. Kind of makes me think...that gearing is going to be so important with the 6.2L...even more so than the V10.

I'm already thinking of going with the lowest gears they will offer, but just have to wait until that info comes from FORD. If I were a betting man, then I would think the 4.30...just like the V10.


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Anyone know what the 6-speed tranny ratios are going to be?
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First Look: 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty - PickupTrucks.com Special Reports

________5R110___6R140
1st_____ 3.11_____3.97
2nd_____2.22_____2.32
3rd_____1.55_____1.52
4th_____1.00_____1.15
5th_____0.71_____ .86
6th_____----_____ .67
Reverse_-2.88____-3.13
Span___4.34______5.90
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Well, that'll let you get more grunt from a dead stop with less overall torque (and I suspect, a lower low-end torque than the V10 has) and combined with a taller rear gear, like 4.30's, still get some decent gearing on the highway empty.
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It sounds like with this new 6-speed that you can get away with slightly lower torque and still get good launch off the line with better fuel economy. More than likely that the tranny's what will make it a good replacement for the v10. I'm still confused to why it's available, but only in the chassis cab.
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I'm still confused to why it's available, but only in the chassis cab.
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Ford probably won't offer 4.30s anymore just like they removed 4.10s from the list when on the new F-150s when the 6spd was added. I suspect Ford will want to put 3.73s in the gas SDs with the 6.2l and 3.31s in the 6.7l SDs. Ford revised these new 2011 SDs for gas mileage.

People whine about the 5.4l and 6.8l revving high, the 6.2l will be revving a lot higher. The numbers are good on the 6.2l but the rpm peaks are better suited for a mustang unless Ford really manipulates the curves with the VVT setup. Guess we'll have to wait to see the hp/tq curves when they come out. If Ford puts 4.56s behind the new 6spd/6.2l combo in the SD I think it would work good.
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Yeah but the 5.4 the 6.8, and I'm sure the 6.2 all make good low end torque. The 5.4 and 6.8 make like 80 or 90 percent of their peak torque at like 1k RPM. You would think they would still offer low gears since the 6 speed pretty much has 2 overdrives.
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I meant why only in the chassis cab. From what I can tell everyone who owns one loves 'em. It seems like they're going the route gm and dodge did where dodge dropped their v10 and gm dropped their 8.1. And anyone notice how they keep uping the displacements? From the way things keep changing, the powerstroke's heading closer and closer to 7.3l. King of ironic.
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I suspect that it has more to do with emissions than anything else. Two spark plugs. Think about it

The chassis cab trucks are such high GVWR, they don't need to conform to newer emissions standards. Maybe because they don't have an EGR.

There's something magical about 2010 and trucks over (or under) 14,000 pounds.
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6.2 and high rpm's

Been running around in a 6.2 the past couple days in a f-250. It runs well but have to run the rpm's up for sure. Like it over a diesel because you can just let it idle and not have to shut down like a diesel in a working environment. When it gets cold you keep them running and don't shut off. A lot of our company's are getting away from diesel's due to high expense and to much down time in the field and expensive to maintain compared to gassers. The emmissions can't take the idle time on the diesels. 7 power strokes later 6.0 and been running a cummins and has been the best diesel so far 2008 6.7 with 134,500 on it. Our company will not buy anymore diesels and just gassers only in 1 ton trucks. figured I just throw this in their for conversation.
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