Ultimate Ford 3.5 EcoBoost Tuning Guide
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Ultimate Ford 3.5 EcoBoost Tuning Guide

The Ford 3.5 EcoBoost is our favorite engine in 2011+ F-150 trucks. It’s debatably the best gasoline F-150 engine option for its balance of performance, towing, and fuel economy. In the Ford F-150 the 3.5 EcoBoost offers anywhere from 365 to 450 horsepower. However, it also leaves a lot of untapped potential on the table….

The 5 Best Ford 2.0 EcoBoost Performance Upgrades
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The 5 Best Ford 2.0 EcoBoost Performance Upgrades

A few basic bolt-on upgrades can boost the 2.0 EcoBoost to around 300whp. This can be achieved with tuning, a cold air intake, downpipe upgrade, larger intercooler, and E85 fueling. To make things better, all of these mods will run you less than $2,000. In this guide we’re going to discuss each of these modifications…

The 5 Best Ford 2.7 EcoBoost Performance Upgrades
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The 5 Best Ford 2.7 EcoBoost Performance Upgrades

The 2.7 EcoBoost produces pretty good power numbers from the factory. But extra power is always fun and there are some simple bolt-on modifications that can really open this engine up. A handful of bolt-on mods can take the 2.7 EcoBoost to 400whp+, with potential for 500whp+ with some more sophisticated mods. Breaking past the…

The 5 Most Common Ford 351 Cleveland Engine Problems

The 5 Most Common Ford 351 Cleveland Engine Problems

Ford’s 351 Cleveland engine is a small-block 5.8L V8 produced from 1969 until 1974. The 351C was built to be a high-performance engine. However, it was actually a bit less capable than the 351W, it’s less performance oriented brother. It also doesn’t quite have the same reputation for reliability. The 351 Cleveland’s are known to…

The 5 Most Common Ford 351 Windsor Engine Problems

The 5 Most Common Ford 351 Windsor Engine Problems

The 5.8L small-block 351 Windsor was a staple of Ford’s trucks and muscle cars of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, even 90’s. While the engine went through numerous design changes over the years the main engine design remained in-tact. These engines are known to be nearly bulletproof. Despite their bulletproof reputation, they do suffer from…

Ford 2.7 vs 3.5 EcoBoost Specs, Performance, Reliability
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Ford 2.7 vs 3.5 EcoBoost Specs, Performance, Reliability

In our opinion, the Ford 2.7 and 3.5 EcoBoost engines are by far the best engines in the Ford F-150. They both offer an excellent balance of power, performance, towing, fuel economy, and reliability. It’s hard to go wrong with either engine. However, it can be tough to make a decision on which F-150 EcoBoost…

Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Coyote Upgraded Intake Guide
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Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Coyote Upgraded Intake Guide

In our 5.0 Coyote performance modification guide, we discussed the benefit of upgrading to a performance intake. This guide will expand on the benefits and performance improvements from upgraded intake systems as well as lay out a few of our favorite intake options for the 5.0 Coyote. Generally speaking, making more horsepower requires more airflow….

Ford Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Upgraded Intake Guide
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Ford Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Upgraded Intake Guide

An upgraded intake system is one of the best first modifications you can make to your Mustang EcoBoost. On turbocharged engines, upgraded intakes provide significantly more performance benefits and horsepower gains compared to naturally aspirated engines. When you compare the power gains to the cost of an upgraded intake, an intake has one of the…

Ford F-150 3.5 EcoBoost Intake Upgrade Guide
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Ford F-150 3.5 EcoBoost Intake Upgrade Guide

Cold air intakes are one of the most popular engine mods for good reason, and made my list of the 5 best 3.5 EcoBoost upgrades. This is especially true on turbo engines like the Ford F-150 3.5 EcoBoost. Intakes offer solid power gains along with plenty of other benefits. They’re also inexpensive making cold air…