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Old 05-24-2016, 03:22 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Modmike View Post
There you go, higher peak torque at much lower rpm. Horsepower means nothing, just ask the diesel people.

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Old 05-24-2016, 03:52 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by fbconsults View Post
I just drove a 2016 36' motorhome with the new six speed transmission and 320 HP v-10. I have a 2011 Georgetown 378TS with the five speed and 360 HP v-10. I could tell a significant difference in power, at least a 10MPH slowdown up Cajon Pass on I-15 in Southern California. On the plus side, the engine was turning 4200 RPMS instead of 5000, therefore was much quieter.....

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One final point:

It also depends on how the motorhomes compare in weight and size. If your new one had a tile floor, heavier chassis and all the trimmings, there's your answer.

Too many variables make this comparison invalid.

I for one am trying to get someone with a 2015 364TS compare to my 2016. Now thats as close as you can get.

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