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Old 09-25-2015, 08:51 PM
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Looks like the 6.2 will be alive and well in the 2017 SD along with the V10 in F450 and above and of course the 6.7. No word yet if we get a power increase.

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I'd be curious to see if there are any mechanical or computer changes in the 6.2 powerplant as well. I am plenty happy with my 5star tuned 2012, and the engine is great for what I do with the truck. No need or desire for a diesel.
 
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A V10 behind a 6 speed, now that sounds good. To bad not in a regular pick up.
 
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Originally Posted by GSSF17 View Post
I'd be curious to see if there are any mechanical or computer changes in the 6.2 powerplant as well. I am plenty happy with my 5star tuned 2012, and the engine is great for what I do with the truck. No need or desire for a diesel.
Yes it will be interesting to see what they do but we are only 2.5 years into this truck so I'm 10 years or longer away from a new one.

I just bought a 03 F150 so I can keep miles and wear and tear off the SD when we are home for the summer so it may even be longer.

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A V10 behind a 6 speed, now that sounds good. To bad not in a regular pick up.
I looked real close at a F450 Cab Chassis V10 but 5 speed and XLT for the highest trim made me go to the 6.2, I would like to drive a V10 mated to the 6 speed.

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