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How much horsepower and torque on stock 6.7

Sorry guys for dumb question but how much horsepower and torque does a stock 6.7 have? Thanks in advance for answers and again sorry for dumb question just need to know

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350/650 07.5-2011
350/800 Possible 2011.5-and newer

The Hp comes on sooner on the newer 6.7 and Tq is flat.

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The stock trucks that I have seen dyno sheets on for stock is around 275hp and 540ftp. Ratings and actuals are never the same.

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The stock trucks that I have seen dyno sheets on for stock is around 275hp and 540ftp. Ratings and actuals are never the same.
That's the difference between flywheel and rear wheel hp.

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Mine wasn't stock but smarty jr set to 3 timing 4 everything else stock. Numbers in my sig. I can't complain.

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That's the difference between flywheel and rear wheel hp.
A lot..................

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350 hp and 610 tq for us manual guys.

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Mine wasn't stock but smarty jr set to 3 timing 4 everything else stock. Numbers in my sig. I can't complain.
without deletes ?

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I dynoed at 315/570 with just egr & dpf deleted with sims, stock down pipe. The torque is lame but it was basicly "free" HP as no fuel was added.

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Mine completely bone stock ( egr and everything ) on stock tires with the manual put down a best run of 305/575 iirc. The sheet is in the truck but it's raining and I'm lazy right now. All other pulls were within +\- 5 of each other. I didn't really see a difference between 5th and 6th gear pulls. My best ones by a very small margin was the 6th gear pulls.

Funny thing is everyone was saying " dang not one puff of smoke " I don't think they knew it was a 6.7L with all the bs on it.

Can't wait to do a stock power deleted run to see the difference.

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I overloaded the truck a wee bit, but I don't have a programmer or anything, just opened the intake side up and 5" tbe, I pulled the load over 650miles, and avg'd <8mpg. From North of Columbus, OH to home (just south of Atlanta, GA) I' had to downshift to 4th 2 times on 75. Cincy to Florence KY hill right after the bridge on I-75, and Jelico. 43 mph... yuk, such a head/side wind on me on 71S that I could barely keep 60-65mph once we got in the south, could run 70ish. stopped @ Cat scale, with 1/2 tank fuel, the GCVW was 28300. The Timbrens I added performed like a top, it rode really well with all the weight.

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powder keg I am real surprised that it was able to put 575 to the ground. I thought with a starting point of 610 at the motor it would lose more than 35ft/lbs at the wheels.

I wonder if they are really making only 610 in the manual equipped trucks or if they are getting more than advertised.

Who has some dyno numbers for a stock truck with auto trans?? I would like to see them.
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