Norheat

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Check out the link to the below article on the dyno numbers of the New Powerboost. Sleeper? I think so.

http://tfltruck.com/2021/01/new-202...oes-on-the-dyno-puts-down-impressive-numbers/

The gas/electric powertrain delivered an average of 405.75 horsepower near 4,500 rpm and 485.5 lb-ft of torque around 4,250 rpm. If you assume a 15% drivetrain power loss, this new Hybrid could be producing closer to 466 horsepower at the crank.

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Norheat

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I am excited to see if there is a big difference, especially if you run Premium 91 octane fuel.

These numbers on regular 87 octane fuel are quite impressive.
 

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Always better to get more HP and TQ than expected.
 

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I can only imagine what 5Star is going to get out of this new engine when they release their tune for it... ;)

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