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ShinerBock

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Posted: 01/03/20 06:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

FishOnOne wrote:

ShinerBock wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Per 5 Stars dyno tests of a 2019 vs 2020 6.7 Power Stroke it appears the 3rd Gen 6.7 PSD is putting down some serious power.

2019 (Baseline)
HP: 401
TQ: 901

2020
HP: 469
TQ: 972

Delta Increase
HP: 59
TQ: 71

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While the power/torque increases are legit since they are using the same dyno to calculate the difference, I would not trust the final output numbers because Mikes dyno tends to read much higher than other dynos. I am not sure if it is due to his set up or correction factors, but none of us on the F150 forum could get close to his dyno numbers. His dyno was always 40-50 hp higher than everyone else in the forum in both stock form and with his tunes.


Having said that then perhaps the 2020 6.7 is sandbagging HP or the transmission is more efficient?


I don't think so. Most other dynos I have seen show the 2019 at 385 hp(not 401 hp) at the wheel which is inline with a 15% drivetrain lose. The 2020 should read around 405 hp with a 15% drivetrain loss, and I would not doubt that it would read that on most other dynos. However, Mike's dyno reads much higher than most as I stated so his peak numbers should be taken with a grain of salt.

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Posted: 01/03/20 08:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ShinerBock wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

ShinerBock wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Per 5 Stars dyno tests of a 2019 vs 2020 6.7 Power Stroke it appears the 3rd Gen 6.7 PSD is putting down some serious power.

2019 (Baseline)
HP: 401
TQ: 901

2020
HP: 469
TQ: 972

Delta Increase
HP: 59
TQ: 71

Enjoy...

Link


While the power/torque increases are legit since they are using the same dyno to calculate the difference, I would not trust the final output numbers because Mikes dyno tends to read much higher than other dynos. I am not sure if it is due to his set up or correction factors, but none of us on the F150 forum could get close to his dyno numbers. His dyno was always 40-50 hp higher than everyone else in the forum in both stock form and with his tunes.


Having said that then perhaps the 2020 6.7 is sandbagging HP or the transmission is more efficient?


I don't think so. Most other dynos I have seen show the 2019 at 385 hp(not 401 hp) at the wheel which is inline with a 15% drivetrain lose. The 2020 should read around 405 hp with a 15% drivetrain loss, and I would not doubt that it would read that on most other dynos. However, Mike's dyno reads much higher than most as I stated so his peak numbers should be taken with a grain of salt.


Then why did you agree with the 59HP increase measured HP when the factory advertised HP increase is only 25HP?


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Posted: 01/04/20 04:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The 2020 7.3L gas Superduty made 358 hp / 407 tq.

The 2020 6.2L gas Superduty made 335 hp / 369 tq.

The 2020 6.7L diesel made 469 hp / 972 tq.

The 2019 6.7L diesel made 409 hp / 901 tq.

* This post was edited 01/04/20 05:33am by ib516 *


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Posted: 01/04/20 05:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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For those who may be curious (like me), in this test, the 6.4L Hemi and the Ford 6.2L gas engine were very close to the same power and tq on the dyno.

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ib516 wrote:

The 2020 7.3L gas Superduty made 358 hp / 407 tq.

The 2020 6.2L gas Superduty made 335 hp / 369 tq.

The 2020 6.7L diesel made 469 hp / 972 tq.

The 2019 6.7L diesel made 409 hp / 901 tq.


Interesting that the 7.3 HP increase is not as significant over the 6.2 compared to the 2019 vs 2020 6.7PSD increase. I suppose the 7.3 was at some disadvantage from the larger tires and 5 Star mentions some signs of Tq management occurring.

Also noteworthy is the 6.2 HP numbers measured at All Star is less than Pickup Trucks.com numbers and are very in line with the factory numbers.

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Posted: 01/04/20 10:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yes, that 2020 6.7L sure performed well on the dyno. I really am excited to see how these trucks do on the Ike test.

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Agreed that the diesel did well on the dyno but the 7.3L numbers are a bit disappointing.....[emoticon]


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