Ford F-150 EcoBoost Torture Test: Logging In Oregon
Ford continue testing their new F-150 with the twin turbo V6 EcoBoost engine. After doing the equivalent of
150,000 miles on a Dyno, the engine is shipped to
Kansas City where it's put into a 4x4 F-150 on the production line, and
then driven to Oregon to act as a skidder for a day.
Ford F-150 Drag Racing #20 of 22 -- 2011 Ford F-150 Acceleration test Ecoboost vs Dodge Chevy
Watch this incredible footage as we drage race truck after truck. We had a
"pro tree" and to race with. We tested Ford against Ford, Ford against
Dodge, Ford against Chevy. Hands down the EcoBoost engine outperformed all Ford V8s and all
Dodge and Chevy V8s.
This video is #20 of a 22 video series all shot in one day. There is even
a bonus 23rd video of a sneak peek of the 2011 Explorer--wow! Come see us
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Torture Test #5: Ford's "Beat to Hell and Back" 3.5L EcoBoost -- The BAJA 1000
An F-150 with the most "Beat to Hell" 3.5L Engine ever placed into a truck
finishes the grueling Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.
What else needs to be asked of our favorite super hero? It has endured
150,000 equivalent miles with tens of hours at WOT during temperature
swings that cannot be simulated anywhere on the planet other than on a Dyno in a lab, it hauled
over 55 tons of timber up 10% off-road grades when acting as a log skidder
in Oregon, towed an 11,300-pound trailer at speeds approaching 100 mph for
24 straight hours at Homestead-Miami Speedway and beat GM's and Ram's best
in a steep-grade drag towing contest at Davis Dam in Arizona.
And now this!
The Baja 1000 desert endurance race is simply a brutal test of man and
machine. Open ground at wide open throttle (WOT) followed by exhilarating
launches into the air and the subsequent suspension smashing landings,
temperature extremes, mountain climbs and 1,000 + miles of engine-choking
sand all rolled up into one little event some call the toughest race on
The Ford F-150 race truck with the torture-tested "hero" EcoBoost engine defeated all those challenges --
and then some. It not only finished the Baja 1000, it also acted as a Good
Samaritan as a "rescue" vehicle, assisting fellow competitors throughout
the run in the god forsaken desert dirt and sand.
Torture Test #4: 2011 Ford F150 - 3.5L EcoBoost - Drag Towing
From the confines of the Wild Wild West, the 3.5L EcoBoost "Hero" engine proudly does what it does
2011 Ford F-150 EcoBoost wins yet
another performance drive against the comp when towing a trailer up the
Davis Dam in Arizona.
Davis Dam, AZ -- The 2011 Ford F-150 EcoBoost was captured taking on the competition
in an all-out powertrain performance head to head while Drag Towing up
steep grades near Davis Dam in Arizona.
Just the latest phase of the new 3.5L EcoBoost truck engine's "Torture Test" that began
when this randomly selected EcoBoost
engine (Serial # 448AA) was put through the equivalent of 150,000 miles or
10 years' use on the dynamometer while replicating the duty cycle of the
harshest-use customer, then forced to drag 3.5 Ton logs on a dirt path over
a mountain, raced for 24-hours while towing 11,300 pounds... And now this!
The Davis Dam area has been used by Ford engineers for maximum powertrain
performance capability in the harshest environments. The combination of
high temperatures and a steep grade average of 5 percent pushes engines,
transmissions, drivelines, cooling systems, brake systems and trucks to the
2011 Ford F-150 Mashup review: Ecoboost V6 Twin Turbo vs 5.0L V8
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2011 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Twin turbo has been a surprise grand slam for Ford.
Not only has this V6 Twin turbo pick-up
proved to be the most popular engine choice in the country's most popular
vehicle but it also surprised many automotive journalist and buyers with
it's fuel economy, towing capacity and 365 horsepower. So which is the
better F-150? The traditional V8 or the brand new twin turbo V6 EcoBoost? Check out this video as we compare the
two Ford best selling pick-ups to each other.
Ford F-150 EcoBoost Teardown from NAIAS - Part 2
Watch as engineers begin to tear apart engine 448AA in order to determine
how the engine's parts held up over the course of the Torture Testing. The
engineers check out the state of the turbos and the chain that drives the crankshaft up
through the cams.
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2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Top 5 Likes & Dislikes (Episode 6)
( http://www.TFLtruck.com ) The 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is a capable and
even useful pickup truck that can serve as an everyday drive. But it is far
from perfect. In fact there are a number of areas that need improvement.
In Episode 6 of of this long-term test of the 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor,
Roman takes a look at the Top 5 things he likes about the new Raptor and of
course the Top 5 things that he dislikes.
The Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is one of the baddest trucks in the land. It can
tow 8000 pounds, seat 5 comfortably, haul all of your stuff and still race
across the desert at over 100 MPH is perfect air-conditioned comfort.
That's why we at TFLtruck choose the 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor as our
first long term test truck. Usually truck manufacturers supply us with
pickups to test for a week at a time. We wanted to test the best selling
truck in the land for durability and reliability which meant buying a Ford
F-150. But not just any Ford F-150, the most powerful and the most off-road
worthy version that Ford builds.
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2014 Ford F 150 EcoBoost real life review
http://www.Ford.com - How does the 2014 Ford F150 EcoBoost FX4 perform under real world testing and
review? Helping Florida wildlife rehabilitation clinic "Lady Raccoons
Wildlife Retreat" with the use of a new F-150 EcoBoost FX4, Ford Motor Company teamed up with
Michael Berenis during the Random Acts of F-150 program and made a big
positive impact in the small coastal town of Hudson, Florida.
Simultaneously, a real world test and review was created.
Visiting the Doc Holiday Ranch and lending a helping hand by use of a 2014
Ford F150 EcoBoost supplied by
AutoNation of Brooksville, Florida, the long reach of Ford's helping hand
has touched many. This is just one of many stories of how Ford Motor
Company helps the local communities!
Special thanks to Robert and Julie Bluver-Collins of "Lady Raccoons
Wildlife Retreat" for all the of the labor of love they do to help keep our
furry friends happy and in good health!
This has been a #RandomActF150 project! Look out for more to come!
Also appearing in this video is the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST from my involvement
as an agent for the #FiestaMovement. Ford provided me with a 2014 Ford
Fiesta, gas, insurance, and admin costs. http://disclosur.es/aQ0FZC