Meet the engineering team that will be executing the teardown of engine 448AA that endured over 160,000 miles of torture. Watch as engineers Jim Mazuchowski and Phil Fabien discuss the Torture Test program and how the engine got to Detroit for the teardown event. The event took place on January 15, 2011 live from the North American International Auto Show.
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.
Ford F-150 EcoBoost Teardown from NAIAS - Part 3
Watch as our engineers complete the teardown of engine 448AA including how the pistons held up. The team also talks to Mike McCarthy, driver of the EcoBoost truck in the Baja Torture Test webisode, about his experiences with the engine.
Strength of F-150 Backbone Gets Tested
The experts measure the strength and construction of the F-150 vs. key competitor frames down to thousandths of an inch. Find out what each of these trucks is truly made of.
The Truth About F-150? You Decide
The experts went under the skin of the 09 F-150 and its key competitors to discover the Truth About Trucks. Watch the results and decide for yourself who you think is the best.
2013 Ford F-150 Walk Around
Ford F-150 Marketing Manager Raj Sarkar details the updates to the Ford F-150 XLT and Lariat models for the 2013 model year; from restyled grilles and wheels to available in-vehicle technologies like SYNC® with MyFord Touch®.
Super Duty We Own Work: Forestry
Buzzing saws, falling trees and a work floor that's steep, slick and rugged. Loggers have a dangerous job. They need a truck that's as tough as they are. See why the Ford Super Duty stands high above the rest in the forestry business.
Ford Super Duty Fleet Wrap Up
Over the past year, the new Ford Super Duty has been put to the test under the most brutal conditions. Six prototype trucks have been pushed to their limit and beyond. Find out from the guys who worked these trucks every day if the new Super Duty really lived up to its name.
2011 Ford Super Duty - Off Road
Not only do you need a vehicle that can operate smoothly and efficiently on the highway, but you need a vehicle that is tough and you can get off the road with. Its not unusual to be driving down a road with two to three feet of snow on it; they dont always put drilling rigs and job sites in nice places. Whether going up hills, taking tight turns, or going through a ravine, the Ford Super Duty has plenty of power and torque for off road situations.
2011 Ford Super Duty - The New Powertrain
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. The engineers at Ford take this lesson to heart and have redesigned the all-new 2011 Ford Super Duty from the ground up, innovating along the way to build the most durable and advanced truck possible.
Leading the way is the powerful and durable all-new 6.7L Power Stroke V8 turbo Diesel. Supporting that is a body that went through temperature and environmental tests to show this truck can perform no matter what. In all, after 2 million-plus miles of testing, Ford knows Super Duty has it where it counts in horsepower, torque, towing, hauling, durability, quietness and fuel-efficiency.
2011 Super Duty - All-New 6.7L Power Stroke® Diesel Engine horsepower. Torque. Quiet. Fuel efficiency. To get all this maxed out in the new 6.7L Diesel, Ford engineers got the best parts and built from scratch so it could max out all the things you need it to max out.
Take a trip through the engine to see how its new common-rail fuel injection system delivers precise measurements of fuel under high pressure for a cleaner burn and minimized fuel waste.