HP and TQ on a dyno don't mean everything when it comes to drivability.
While the SOHC definitely makes more power, it does it at higher RPM.
I know on a dyno the curves seems similar at lower rpms but they don't drive the same.
Take it however you want but the OHV has more low end grunt and just pulls harder at lower RPM than the SOHC does. However the SOHC takes the cake at higher rpm's without question.
I have owned two 4.0L OHVs and 1 4.0L SOHC. But I have driven a ton (dozens) of different rangers/explorers with different combos of transmissions and gear ratios and I still have the same opinion.
From what I can remember, Riceman has the correct numbers.
2006 F150 FX4 Super Crew - Bilstien 5100s leveled 2", 35" KM2s, 4.56 gears, Detroit locker, Eaton E-Locker, Traction Bars, AEM intake, Xcal 2
2010 VW Golf TDI 6MT