I'm seriously not trying to be an asshole here, so please don't take it that I'm siding with ford just because I own a 6.7 for anyone that reads this.I was suprised to see the ford win the 1/4 mile, guess the compounds have a bit of an advantage. chevys weak suspension, add a couple srings and crank the t bars youll never know the difference.
How do you know the dodge had a 4.10?I still think they didnt get it right the dodge had 4:10's and the others had 3:73 ratios ifyour gunna compare make sure they are all EXACTLY the same. They did good but not good enough in there comparision IMO
And how exactly do you propose we do that? Just walk down to the dealer and tell them we want to grab a brand new $50K truck and go tow around a 15,000# trailer for a couple hundred miles? I'm sure they would just throw the keys at you and tell you to have a good time. :rof....and if your going off of what you hear and what you read, then your an idiot. Try one out for yourself before you bag on a product.
If the Ram had 3.73s it couldn't run this test. To be rated for the 19000# trailer, the Ram needs the "Max Tow" package which requires the 4.10 gears and a few other goodies.I still think they didnt get it right the dodge had 4:10's and the others had 3:73 ratios ifyour gunna compare make sure they are all EXACTLY the same. They did good but not good enough in there comparision IMO
It's like 1 and a half. I got a buddy with a 6.4 and he lists his stock turbo setup as a twin. Most Ford guys I have talked to call it a twin setup. You may want to go over ------> and tell the Ford guys that they don't have compounds or twins.The 6.7 does Not have compound chargers, its a single.