The mid-cycle refresh of the F-150 in 2011 added EcoBoost to the menu of engine options. If you’ve got boost under the hood of your F-150, we’ve got the upgrades to increase the output of your EcoBoost V6 engine! Basic bolt-on parts like intakes and exhausts lend to your F-150s performance with simple hand tools. Step up the boost pressure with a stock replace Full-Race bolt-on turbo upgrade by BorgWarner. Aiming for even more output? You’ll want the Full-Race Freak-O-Boost twin BorgWarner EFR Turbo Kit. If you’re pushing your F-150 to the limit, be sure to manage the heat with a radiator upgrade and a transmission cooler.
The Ford F-150 has a heritage that spans over 70 years. Since Ford released the pickup in 1948, it has proven one of the all-time best selling vehicles in America. The 12th Generation F-150 (2009-2014) received a mid-cycle refresh in 2011 that included the addition of a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine option. This engine produced 365 horsepower and 420 lb-ft torque while providing a fuel conscious 16mpg city and 22mpg highway (RWD). This first generation EcoBoost engine relied on a pair of BorgWarner K03 turbochargers to deliver the 15psi boost pressure needed to reach these output levels.