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Re: Ford Ecoboost Engines

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07-11-2018 19:40:38

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I can't answer your question. But where I work has been buying F150s with 2.7 ecoboost and people like to drive them. I think that small displacement turbo engines will be all that is available in a few years. For 2019 GM will have a 2.7 turbo 4 cylinder engine in there full size trucks.

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07-12-2018 19:52:57

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 Re: Ford Ecoboost Engines in reply to Frankinfl, 07-11-2018 19:40:38  
I tend to agree the small displacement turbo engine is here to stay. I just bought a VW Passat last year and I am highly impressed with the fuel economy and the power of the engine in that car. I just cannot help but wonder about it in trucks, which can and are used for hauling or towing heavy loads.

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07-12-2018 20:17:35

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 Re: Ford Ecoboost Engines in reply to 2002sliverado, 07-12-2018 19:52:57  
The Ford eco-boost engine is not a small engine turbo'd for more power. It is a heavy built engine designed to pull and work from the start. They are a fairly long stroke engine with large bearings to take the load. When they first came out the big one would outpull the diesel at the time.

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