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Put my stock 2017 F250 powerstroke on the dyno

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  1. DutyCalls

    DutyCalls Member Established Member

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    I was at the speed shop getting some parts for my Shelby and the Dyno was free, so we strapped down the F250 and let it eat.

    Enjoy

     
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  2. kcobra

    kcobra MUSTANG MANIAC Established Member

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    Good HP #'s but I would have thought torque to be higher?
     
  3. ram150

    ram150 You have the right to remain silent./ USMC vet Established Member

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    Not bad for stock.
    The newer powerstrokes are pretty awesome. ALOT more technology than the ol 6.uhoh
    :):confused:
     
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    _Snake_ Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Yep. That’s reaaaaal close to tuned 6.0 numbers.
     
  5. gimmie11s

    gimmie11s Dont be a Hybred Established Member

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    That amazing! I'd be shocked if my stock '16 Cummins Ram made 300/700 to the tires.

    The new Ford Superdutys are stout AF.
     
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  6. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    Just wait for the 2020 trucks to hit.
     
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  7. AustinJ427

    AustinJ427 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Getting an accurate torque reading on diesels always used to seem difficult back when I was in the game.

    It's like the dyno could never load them hard enough.

    Either way it's insane how much power/torque these things make compared to the old stuff.
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    Having a big eddy current dyno helps.
     
  9. DSG2003Mach1

    DSG2003Mach1 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    ok, that made me laugh...hadn't heard that one before
     
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  10. me32

    me32 BEASTLY SHELBY GT500 TVS Established Member

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    Made good power the biggest restriction on the new diesel is the exhaust. Seems to pick up alot of tq when people do the def delete
     
  11. kevinatfms

    kevinatfms Ex-Ford/Kia/Hyundai Tech Premium Member Established Member

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    A few diesel performance companies have been doing builds with the DEF intact with a very small margin of horsepower under a full deleted truck. The emissions systems aren't as restrictive as you think. Its more the maintenance/reliability aspect of the emissions systems versus all out power loss when deleting them from the newer trucks.

    I do know a SCR catalyst for my Colorado is in the $1800 range if it ever craps out. Once i hit my warranty/year end ill be deleting for the single fact the parts are stupid expensive. Id rather keep the thing a clean diesel but they need to make parts more reasonable in cost.
     
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  12. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    The addition of SCR has also majorly cut down on the frequency at which the new trucks need to re-gen.

    IMO, Duramax used to the best DPF setup. They had an extra fuel injector downstream of the turbo for re-gen. That saved the back two cylinders from being cooked. I think they dropped that setup as a cost cutting measure though.
     
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  13. GTSpartan

    GTSpartan Yield right!!!! Established Member

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    The L5P Duramax still uses the 9th injector downstream of the cylinders. Simple, yet very smart design.
     
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  14. Badass_Forever

    Badass_Forever Active Member Established Member

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    That's some Semi Tech right there. I work at a Freightliner dealership and were also a Detroit Diesel shop. Some crazy good products being put out.
     

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