-by Evan McCausland 2013 Texas State Fair is not only an opportunity to taste fried beer or ogle a newly reconstructed Big Tex: is also the headquarters of Ford decided to submit its version 2015 Ford f-series Super Duty flirting. Ford updated its range of heavy duty pickup to the year 2014, the latest Super Duty is hardly a complete reformulation, but which incorporates some key updates to help 2015 trucks F-250, 2015, F-350 and F 2015-450 to fend off competitors, Chevrolet, GMC and Ram trucks. Although f-series gasoline engine Super Duty – a 385 hp, 6.2 liter V-8 – remains unchanged for the year 2015, optional 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbo-diesel V-8 of the 2015 Ford Super Duty have you been cut inside and out. What’s new? For starters, the turbocharger. Although still located between the banks of cylinders, thanks to an inverted multiple arrangement, the turbo itself is different from those used in the 6.7 l power stroke from 2011. While previous engines used a so-called single sequential turbocharger, using two turbines on a single axis, the new turbocharger – a Garrett GT37 – is a conventional turbo compressor only. It is also larger than that old turbocharger, allowing the air is compressed in the intake, thus contributing to further increase the power. An extra bonus: the new turbocharger configuration also eliminates both the bypass valve and its controller.
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