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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2011, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Torque curves of the new engines

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i'd like to see the 5.4 added to that chart....
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i'd like to see the 5.4 added to that chart....
You will find the 5.4's curve very similar to the 6.2 in the chart. Not nearly as high (obviously), but quite "peaky" due to the intake and 3 valve head design.
You gotta love that twin turbo's fat and flat torque "curve"............ turbo's are excellent for making gobs of torque, right away when you need it.

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Gotta love the 3.7L's non-existent torque curve in comparison! Perfect for prairie drivin'!! LR

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My goodness that ecoboost has a sweet torque curve

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You will find the 5.4's curve very similar to the 6.2 in the chart. Not nearly as high (obviously), but quite "peaky" due to the intake and 3 valve head design.
You gotta love that twin turbo's fat and flat torque "curve"............ turbo's are excellent for making gobs of torque, right away when you need it.
it's more like the 6.2 rather than the 5.0?
ecoboost definitely has a great curve. much like a diesel...
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it's more like the 6.2 rather than the 5.0?
ecoboost definitely has a great curve. much like a diesel...
The 5.0 is a 4V design, breaths a lot better, so, the torque curve would be much different.

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Just image a Turbo on the 6.2!

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6.2 with eco-boost!!!! this needs to happin ASAP

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