Ford EcoBoost V6 Engine Teardown

At the 2011 NAIAS Detroit Auto Show, Ford will rip apart a 3.5 liter V6 EcoBoost engine that powered a Ford F-150 under some heavy usage equivalent of 160,000 miles and 10-years of rugged use.

Why they do that? They want everybody to come and watch how the engine’s parts and components held up the heavy punishment as a sign of its great quality and durability.

It is free to the public to come and watch the whole process at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 15, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.

ford f150 ecoboost1 Ford EcoBoost V6 Engine Teardown

The engine was dropped into a regular production 2011 F-150 at Kansas City Assembly Plant Then it hit the road and saw some of the most severe use Ford engineers have ever dreamed up.

  • It hauled 55 tons of lumber
  • It ran at full throttle for 24 straight hours towing 11,300 lbs
  • Beat competitors’ larger engines in an uphill towing competition
  • It completed the world’s toughest desert endurance race, the SCORE Tecate Baja 1000 in Mexico

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