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Awesome, expecting them to dump some more specs here soon.
Yea we really need them to dump those micro chips off to the plant so ford can get these Broncos in some driveways or better yet on the trails….
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Wonder how much the 10R60 will be able to handle
Well based on the name, it's rated for 442 lb-ft. 10R60 = ten speed, rear wheel drive 600 N.m rating.
 
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I used to have a 2015 1.4 turbo Renegade. It had the kind of engine that could use both regular and premium fuel. The difference in HP the Premium fuel would make was like 15-20 which is obviously more substantial with something rated at 160 HP. It wasn't very noticeable except when the turbo would kick in. It was a bit smoother on the premium. I figure I'll do the same on the Bronco as I did on that thing: Use regular gas most of the time except for those days I feel the itch for a little bit more wild driving. I never wheeled the Renegade -it was a car, and was just 2wd -so I'm not used to using turbos in the dirt/rocks -that should be interesting.
 

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I used to have a 2001 Corvette. We had a supply problem here in AZ where we could not get Premium (91 here) for several weeks. It definitely took a LOT of power away from the N/A engine running 87. I suppose more modern engines would do better - and having those turbos helps. I'll have to see if it's worth it power and economy wise to run 91 vs 89 vs 87.
 
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