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Old 07-11-2013, 02:35 PM
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2012 F-150 Eboost Screw FX4....Doing Work....

I figured id post some photos of my truck doing what its intended to do. And maybe a little more.

2500Lbs of yard brick.




Towing a 1953 Ford F-100. 2000lb trailer, 3500-4000lb truck





Towing my 20' 7500lb enclosed race trailer.


The truck has performed flawlessly I did have the update done due to a shudder/misfire while towing one weekend during a rain storm. It happend once and i just set the cruise at 70mph and locked it into 6th gear on the interstate and made it home. Had the update done the following week and the truck hasnt had
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Thanks for posting...glad to hear you are putting that truck to work! I am not familiar with the misfire update...care to elaborate?
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Where the replace the CAC due to condensation build up in the intercooler. Which eventually causes a slug of water to go to a cylinder which causes a missfire which causes the engine to go to limp mode.
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Good job there BURNS! I like to see trucks working. Matter of fact, I ain't afraid of work - I can sit around and watch it all day Hey, that thing looks too much like me!
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