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ecoboost compression

Have been reading alot of info on the ecoboost. Was wondering with the high 10:1 compression and the addition of the turbo boost what design improvements keep the motor from predetonation.? direct injection?
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Direct injection, and all the other engine management controls the engines have.

You've probably seen this or something similar:

Going In-Depth With Ford's Twin-Turbocharged V6 EcoBoost Engine

Simplified article also:

Why gasoline turbocharged direct injected engines?
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Thanks for the info, the articles were good reads.

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