► 2011 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Baja "Hero" Engine

F-150 EcoBoost race truck, with an engine that has the equivalent of 10 years of rugged use, finished the grueling Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 in just over 38 hours, traveling 1,061 miles.

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Ford - F150 Ecoboost Torture Test Episodes 1-6 High Quality
Watch the complete episodes series of the 2011 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Torture Test. The six episodes include Episode 1: Dyno Stress, Episode 2: Hauling Timber, Episode 3: 24 Hours of NASCAR Track Testing, Episode 4: F-150 vs Ram vs Silverado, Episode 5: Baja and Episode 6: Teardown. Rate Comment Subscribe





SDHQ's Twin-Turbo Eco-Raptor - /TUNED
The Raptor is an amazing truck worthy of an amazing engine. While the standard 6.2L mill is no slouch, it's far from high tech and eats gas like no other. This is the Raptor review Ford doesn't want you to see: the Super Duty Headquartters EcoBoost-powered Raptor.





► 2011 Ford F-150 Ecoboost Hero Engine - part 2
Ford powertrain engineers will tear down an engine that has gone a distance equal to six times around the earth and three quarters of the way to the moon. Or put another way: the engine has the equivalent of 160,000 miles and 10 years of rugged use. Now, Ford engineers want to see how the engine's parts and components held up. They will examine it for long-term durability in front of the public at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 15, 2011 at 11 a.m.





► Ford F-150 Hero Engine Tear Down
The block, pistons, turbos, crankshaft, valves and other internal parts of the 3.5-liter F-150 EcoBoost "hero" engine are still within rigid factory specifications after enduring testing that simulated 10 years of wear or about 160,000 miles. In an unprecedented -- and high-stakes -- public reveal, Ford engineers disassembled the engine for the first time in front of a live audience of nearly 1,000 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.




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