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Second-Generation Ford 6.7L Power Stroke - Torque Specs

440 hp and 860 lb-ft of torque

Setting its sights on the top once again, Ford will equip its 2015 Super Duty with an improved, more powerful, second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V-8. Here’s the big news: This engine will propel Ford’s new heavy-duty trucks to both a class-leading 440 hp and 860 lb-ft of torque, up from the current 400 hp and 800 lb-ft of torque figures.

The most notable change will be the non-wastegated Garrett GT37 VGT turbocharger, which will replace the Garrett GT32 VGT single-sequential turbo (SST). The twin compressor wheel design of the GT32 will be dropped for the high-altitude performance and improved exhaust braking capabilities of the GT37. The GT37 features a single, 63.5mm (inducer) compressor wheel with a 66.5mm (exducer) turbine. Redesigned turbo oil and cooling lines can also be expected.

More air necessitates fuel system improvements. The cam of the Bosch CP4.2 injection pump now has a longer stroke to add displacement, and the piezo electric injectors use redesigned tips that spray a finer mist of fuel for a more complete burn. The new tips also reduce emissions, noise, and vibration. Other changes have been made to enhance efficiency and durability: new polymer coating for the main bearings; new exhaust temperature sensor; improved crankshaft fillet design; increased crankshaft damper weight; added material to cylinder heads, exhaust manifolds, and valvetrain; piston assembly upgrades; new, five-layer head gaskets; and four-layer exhaust manifold gaskets. A new torque converter for the 6R140 TorqShift six-speed transmission handles the increased power, as do the heat-treated damper springs and strengthened intermediate shaft. Fuel economy for the Gen II Power Stroke is expected to stay on par with the current truck. All this combines to produce the most powerful diesel engine you can buy in a consumer-grade truck.


Fast Specs
Engine: Power Stroke V-8
Displacement: 6.7L
Bore and Stroke: 3.90 x 4.25 inches
Cylinders: 90-degree V-8
Block: Compacted graphite iron
Heads: Aluminum (reverse flow)
Pistons: Forged-aluminum
Valvetrain: OHV, four valves per cylinder
Horsepower: 440 at 2,800 rpm
Torque: 860 lb-ft at 1,600 rpm
Induction: Single-wastegated variable-geometry Garrett GT37 turbocharger
Fuel System: High-pressure common-rail, Bosch CP4.2 injection pump, piezo electric injectors
Emissions Equipment: EGR, DPF, SCR
Engine Dry Weight: 970 pounds
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109 comments
Tucker Walker
Tucker Walker

Oh wow 860lbs torque. Cummins made that before ford

Owen Heany
Owen Heany

Beau Carlon we do that all the time

Jeremy Kibble
Jeremy Kibble

Fix the injection system issues they still have

Nate Bayless
Nate Bayless

Jappanees motor not even a truck made in the usa anymore

Nate Bayless
Nate Bayless

I have had six of the with over 500,000 on them in like 4yrs 7.3 all the way

Phillip Kuhn
Phillip Kuhn

My 2002 Cummins with stock turbo and slightly larger injecters was making 400 horse and 735 torque on the dyno.... Ford sucks

David Jones
David Jones

The only reason ford didn't need a bail out is because they can budget and finance. GM and Chrysler can build cars but not budget finances

Robert Juker
Robert Juker

The new Ford interiors are soooo ugly. And we all know Powerstroke will never ever compare to dirtyMaxs or Cummins

Ross Cassidy
Ross Cassidy

Funny, because Cummins never made a 6.0 -_-

Weston Mayhew
Weston Mayhew

I've had mine for 22 days and am impressed. Had 3 new Duramax's, never thought I would have a Ford. GM I wished you would have kept up power wise and interior.

Tony Mcilveen
Tony Mcilveen

The new chesterfield service ute , we wish!!!!!!

Chris Kirk
Chris Kirk

Ford 6.7 CP4.2 .. every truck runs same injection pump . Dodge Ford n Chevrolet. .. N a 450 has a Dana 110 n Dane 90 in the front. ... Chevy n dodge can't compare !!!

Clayton Stewart
Clayton Stewart

Phillip Waddell the pick up in your pic is a co3 not a rotary pump its common rail and whats wrong with Heui or meui its a safety function designed for long continuous run time you scared of stuff that has more to it than a pump and a nozzle.

Sean D Sullivan
Sean D Sullivan

Wow some of the logic here. Ford sells more because they are cheaper and break down more. And Cummings bailed out Dodge. What part of the brain are you all using. Just sayin

Brandon Challe
Brandon Challe

Only reason ford is number one selling is because there cheaper and break down so much its just cheaper to go out and buy a new one! Haha but either way every single newer truck on the market is junk dodge chevy ford all of em they all look the same. Ill stick with my 22 year old chevy

Jason Perry
Jason Perry

Dodge doesn't hand out the cummins. Cummins is it's own company.

Mark Stillwachs
Mark Stillwachs

Good luck trying to stop it! Worst braking system on the market!

Nate Huebner
Nate Huebner

The new 6.4 Hemi is a dog the Ford 6.2 gasser is better

Tyler Bagwell
Tyler Bagwell

If Cummins is so great why didn't they bale dodge out?

Tyler Bagwell
Tyler Bagwell

I know of 22 7.3l with over 500k original miles. You need to go back to you glory hole Bibo chandler.

Gary Barnett
Gary Barnett

I know which one is going to sell the most. This year and next year and the year after that. Like some things about each, but one outsells the others by a good margin and always has. No excuses.

Kelly Gillis
Kelly Gillis

I love to hear everyones excuses. its all over but the crying now.

Phillip Waddell
Phillip Waddell

They all suck now days. Nothing more then a car with leaf springs. They all won't last

Jayson Hochsprung
Jayson Hochsprung

Wow people they're all built by man to fail at some point, even if i drive a 2001 f550 with 300k thats never been apart except for 1 injector. And i know of 2, 7.3 powerstrokes with 500k never cracked open and my personal 93 IDI with315k on it

Bubb Rubb
Bubb Rubb

Maybee they can build a new cab and get rid of that disgusting grill and those cheap looking dually fenders, and add real gauges that have actual numbers on them, what ya think Frank Tank Stagno?

Whitie Stanley
Whitie Stanley

I own two f450's.......one has a 7.3 power stroke with 251,000 miles...the other a V10 gas with 130,000 miles.....both pull 10,000 lb trailers loaded with work equipment almost everyday of the week.....both with no down time, except for service time every 3500 miles......I have never used the warranty on either of them...both had 5 yrs or 100,000 miles....have never been in the repair shop!!!!.. I believe regular on time service is very important for any vehicle of any kind....

Jr Hatahlie
Jr Hatahlie

Isn't cummins a supplier to dodge ? True fan would know

Gene Gale
Gene Gale

thaqt isn't that much wight maybe 15 thousand on hay plus trailer weight

Kashata Wallace
Kashata Wallace

Cummins can build anything for Dodge as long as the money right ! Fords 440 horses is nothing !

Scott Keith
Scott Keith

Ford Diesel Super Duty owners will now win the race right to the dealer for repairs as usual!

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