EcoBoost vs The V8s! Our 2011 Ford Flex EcoBoost takes on some V8s in a 1/4 mile Drag Race! Best run of the day was email@example.com MPH! Also ran a 12.978 and a bunch of 13.0s! Thanks to Livernois Motorsports for tuning! And thanks to MRT for all the installation work, Exhaust system and cool paint job! And of course Alky Controls for the great product!
2013 Ford Flex EcoBoost Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, Test Drive
Meet the often forgotten entry from Ford in the crossover SUV segment,
while it's looks may turn some folks away, we seriously suggest test
driving both it and the Explorer before making your final decision for a
family vehicle if you want to stay in the Ford lineup
First Ecoboost to make 600WHP! 2011 Ford Flex Ecoboost ATP Turbo upgrade
Please read for vehicle information!
all your EcoBoosted vehicle parts!
Took the Flex to the Dyno after installing the new
ATP turbo upgrades available at
The motor is STOCK internals.
The car has the following mods:
Dual in tank fuel pumps
6 auxiliary injectors
Split-Sec aux injector controller
Car runs on straight E85 - 23 degrees of timing.
PPE Engineering 2.5" catted downpipes with stock cat-back.
Custom turbo to Intercooler and Intercooler to throttle body piping
with silicone tubes to replace factory plastic/rubber parts. Replaced
factory electric BoV with Tial BoV.
First pull 505HP/515TQ 15PSI - using stock ECU for Boost control
Second pull 563HP/598TQ 23PSI - removed connection to factory Boost controller, turbos running on wastegate spring
Third pull 587HP/642TQ 25PSI - same as second pull - allowed the Boost activated cutout to open
Fourth pull 592HP/630TQ 25PSI - same as third pull - disconnected piping to
filter in the fender
Unseen pull 600HP/642TQ - Cutout open, car had sat as we were uploading
files to ECU - car was running cold air intake
Black Market Racing (install/Dyno)
SCT Tuning and Unleashed tuning (for the tune on the car and hardware to do
ATP turbos (+2 Upgraded turbos)
PPE Engineering (2.5" catted downpipes)
Airaid (UBI intake)
Split Second (Aux injector controller)
Megan Racing (making the car look cool)
2013 Ford Flex vs Mazda CX-9: What is the Best Camping Car Mashup Review?
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Ford Flex and the 2013 Mazda CX-9 are
both three row people haulers that are perfect for hauling families and all
of their stuff on vacation. But what if you want to go a camping camping?
In another fun TFLcar Mashup Review we compare the newest 2013 Ford Flex
versus the 2013 Mazda CX-9 to which one fits more camping gear. In other
words, we put both vehicles to the test to see which one is the king of
camping cars. Check out the video to see which car swallows more stuff and
even which car makes for a better overnight bed.
Boosting the Ford Eco Boost [S6 Ep.6-1]
One of the hottest new rigs on the market is the Ford F150 with the new 6
cylinder eco-Boost engine. But is
it all it can be? Well, today on GEARZ Stacey takes a new eco-Boost powered Ford and shows you some simple
upgrades that can Boost performance
AND fuel economy of this great new engine...at a price you can afford.
Then Stacey rolls in the nastiest, grungiest, barn-find Mustang that you can imagine and
shows you the steps and tools required to buff an old nasty paint job back
to life. Did we mention that this paint is BLACK!?! All to prove the point
that if it can be done with a black car...it can be done with any car...and
GEARZ is the show that shows you how to do it!
F150 Ecoboost vs Tundra 5.7
For those who say the 5.7 is slower, the EcoBoost lost by a hair. The Tundra didnt get a
good start but has a better top end then the EcoBoost did. I cant believe how close they ran.
Both trucks were stock.
2013 Ford Flex EcoBoost Car Video & Crossover Review
http://www.autobytel.com/ford/flex/2013/ The 2013 Ford Flex is a crossover
vehicle that has won the hearts of many owners out there. Part car, part
van, and part station wagon; the Flex is full of surprises. Can any other
station wagon haul seven people and all their gear with over 365 horsepower? There are 3
different trim levels starting with the SE which costs $30,885, the SEL
which costs $33,225, up to the Limited EcoBoost AWD which costs $43,850.
There is quite a big gap there but the 3 different trims come in either FWD
or AWD configurations. The SE and SEL are powered by a 3.5 Liter V-6 that
pushes 285 horsepower while getting 18
MPG in the city and 25MPG on the highway. Step up to the twin-turbocharged V-6 EcoBoost engine with AWD will cost you a few
miles per gallon (16 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway), but you
get 365 horsepower
and 350 lb-ft. of torque in return.
The 3rd row seating features a 50/50 split folding bench. The 2013 Ford
Flex is quite versatile and there is a ton of cargo room with over 80 cubic
feet of storage space. The doors are large enough to make entering and
exiting the vehicle a breeze. There is a lot of legroom for adults. Also
the Flex can be purchased with all the Ford technology available like Voice
Activated Navigation to the SYNC in-car connectivity system.
On the outside there is no mistaking the 2013 Ford Flex with any old
crossover or station wagon. The styling is bold and Ford took some risks
with the interesting grille up front, chrome accents, and the grooved door
panels that run down the side of the Flex. The two-tone paint gives the
Flex a modern throw-back feel. The large 20-inch aluminum wheels make a
visual statement. The 2013 Ford Flex is definitely one of the coolest
crossover cruisers out there.
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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.
2011 Ford F-150 - V6 Ecoboost Torture Test - Capital Ford
The 2011 is bringing the house. Best in class everything baby. Yeah, even
the important ones are best in class. Torque for getting those big trailers
moving, Horse Power to keep you cruising and fuel economy so your wallet
doesn't scream at you. By the way - it's all being done by a V6! I know I
know, i crapped my pants, to but to answer a question that popped into my
head instantly, "Is this thing able take the beating I can dish out, being
Well this video shows the torture they put the engine through in testing to
make sure that even an SK man would have a world of trouble getting this
thing to pooch out!
2011 Ecoboost vs 2005 H2 Tow off
My brother and I wanted a laugh so we made this video. This is a 2005 H2 in
4x4 high vs my 2011 F150 EcoBoost
also in 4x4 high. This is a battle of traction and power. The F150 had no
trouble spinning the tires with the LT 275/70R18 Duratrac tires, where the
H2 couldn't even break loose.
2013 Ford Flex 0-60 Mile High MPH Test Performance Test
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Ford Flex is a three row people hauling
machine. You can think of it as Ford's interpretation of a modern station
wagon. The big and boxy Ford is quiet, comfortable and of course roomy. It
can swallow up to 7 people and their stuff. Our test car didn't have the
optional EcoBoostturbo engine but it was equipped with
all-wheel-drove for when the snow starts to fall in Colorado. In this
TFLcar performance we wanted to see how fast the non-turbo charged Flex would go from 0-60 MPH at a
mile above sea level.