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aFe POWER Dyno Tests and Adds Power to the New 2017 Ford F-250


2017 Ford F-250

aFe POWER is known for developing performance products on diesel trucks, naturally given the opportunity to work on the new 2017 Ford F-250 the engineers jumped. You may ask yourself why the new F-250 is such a big deal, well here are several reasons why the new F series is improved for 2017. 


Lightweight strength was achieved without losing structural integrity. Just like its smaller brother the F-150, the F-250 sheds some weight off with high-strength aluminum. Approximately 350 pounds were lost, but while many will doubt whether or not this truck can handle massive payloads, a stiffer frame, stronger axles and suspension components have been upgraded to compensate.

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Powering this F-250 is a 6.7L Power Stroke turbo diesel V8. New engine updates helped produced an impressive 440 HP and 925 lb-ft of torque at the crank.


While stock out of the box the truck delivers admirable performance, at aFe POWER we don’t know the meaning of the word “stock”. We are the first to strap this powerful workhorse to a dyno and see what it puts down at the wheels. Future products to keep an eye out from aFe POWER is our Scorcher Tuner Module, Momentum GT Cold Air Intake System, exhaust system upgrades and more!

2017 Ford F-250 (5)

As mentioned before we needed to do a baseline run to see what we are working with in stock trim. We use our in-house dyno jet as a tool to visually see what performance gains our products will improve upon. In this case, we are testing our Scorcher HD Tuner Module for the 2017 Ford F-250 with the 6.7L V8 engine.

2017 Ford F-250 Superduty Stock Dyno Run

Ford's new F-250 is certainly a torque monster, producing over 800 Ft. lbs of torque to the wheels at 2,000 RPM! Obviously, that much amount of torque helps when pulling heavy loads from destination to destination. But there’s always room for improvement, the aFe POWER Scorcher HD Tuner Module will increase your Power Stroke diesels horsepower, torque and throttle response. Whether for pulling, cruising, or even hitting the local drag strip for fun, our tuner module will not leave you disappointed.

(2017 Ford F-250 Power Stroke Stock Dyno Baseline

2017 Ford F-250 Superduty aFe Scorcher Run

Unlike other handheld Tuners that will flash your trucks computer and risk voiding your warranty. Our module leaves no trace on the ECU for the dealership to pick up upon scanning, we achieve this obstacle by altering the pressure sensor signals to increase boost and fuel levels to an optimum point throughout the entire RPM range. 


As with all of our Scorcher Modules, no cutting, drilling, or splicing is required for a quick and hassle-free installation. We connect to the stock wiring harness with factory connectors to ensure a seamless install. Our new generation of Scorcher Tuner Module allows you to change between power settings without having to get out of your truck.


Our Scorcher Module works with all aFe POWER upgrades, increasing their effectiveness with the additional fuel and boost for more horsepower and torque. Along with our Scorcher HD Tuner Module, we are developing other products for the 2017 Ford F-250 6.7L Power Stroke such as an intake, exhaust systems and suspension upgrades.

(2017 F-250 Power Stroke with aFe Scorcher Module Dyno) 


aFe POWER Momentum HD Intake System

aFe POWER Momentum Dynamic Air Scoop

aFe POWER Momentum Scorcher Package

Updated 2/14/17: The final tuning has been completed on the 2017 Ford F-250 Power Stroke 6.7L Scorcher HD Tuning Module. +50HP and +96lbs. x ft of Torque at the wheels with just the Momentum HD Intake and Scorcher HD Module. This potent bolt-on package is available together here: Scorcher HD Power Stroke Package


This combination takes the stock Power Stroke from the rated 440HP and 925 lbs. x ft of Torque to 496HP and 1,031 lbs. x ft of Torque!


4 thoughts on “aFe POWER Dyno Tests and Adds Power to the New 2017 Ford F-250”

  • Paul King

    Hi there.

    Do you have the tuning module and intake kit for the 2018 powerstroke?

    Mine is a 4x4 crew cab lariat.

    Thanks for any info.. Paul

  • khalil hocker
    khalil hocker June 16, 2019 at 4:03 am

    ‪with the newer DEF and DPF emissions parts on these trucks, (2019 f250 6.7powerstroke) , i don’t know much about diesel, How would these trucks do as a daily driver/short trip truck, (no deletes) no towing or hauling, 6 miles to work and 6 miles back home during the work week? and 30 to 40 miles on the highway on the weekends‬. i just want a big truck with a diesel engine. P.S i don’t care about the mpg or the cost of diesel fuel.

    • Tyler Carrington

      Those trucks do not make for good short commuter vehicles. You'll notice your truck will have to enter regen mode often if you don't drive it hard enough because the DPF won't get hot enough to clean itself. Not to mention all of the DEF fluid you'll need to purchase as well as fuel just to commute. Those trucks were designed to be under load, so you may notice some small issues like that if you just commute with it.

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