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Old 02-07-2011, 10:54 PM
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First EcoBoost on Ebay?

First one I've seen so far on Ebay.

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Old 02-08-2011, 10:58 AM
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I think it is common for dealers to just try to hype up what they got in a sour economy.

Personally I am interested if the Eco-Boost lives up to the hype. I know the small turbo motor works better in the GTI vs the bigger NA motor of the Golf, but neither of these are trucks that tow.

Hell I would love to see some kid slam a F-150 RCSB, and turn up the boost all the way. With some gears and decent tires that could be a hot set-up.
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I just tried to build a eco-boost in a RCSB, and Ford doesn't have that configeration. You need to put it into a RCLB or Super cab minimum.

I think they will loose more ground to the custom truck scene again.
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Doubt it. The 5.4 wasn't available in the RCSB either.
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