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Ford to introduce the EcoBoost to the F150's engine lineup in 2011


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This test mule was spotted, and it looks quite ready for production too:


GM needs to make a move. 400 HP TT V6? This is a big punch from Ford.

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dude havent u noticed ford os going all out this past year 2011 is their year 300 hp v6, ecoboost, 5.0, police interceptor, turbo fiesta(i think) theyve sat around twiddling their thumbs about woulda shoulda coulda.....the beast is coming out

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I've noticed alright. But dumping the EcoBoost in an F150 is a surprise move, considering the usual customer base considers V8 power. But seeing those HP numbers is pretty damn convincing.

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check and mate, gm is done in my mind. in the american car market, ford is gonna run away with the consumers. and thats not even counting all of the idiots that buy imports. i wanted a gto for my next car, but holy hell ford has some nice cars now

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