Are non sport turbo cars fun?

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Re: Are non sport turbo cars fun?

Postby tankinbeans » Thu Nov 03, 2016 12:12 am

AHTOXA wrote:I remember driving a rented Expedition with the EcoBoosted double-snail configuration. That thing really moved out of it's way and then some, given that it's like a 7500 lb truck or some such.

I wouldn't mind an EcoBoost F150 truth be told.

Which one? The 2.7 twin turbo is pretty grunty. The mileage my friend gets isn't spectacular, but grew tries to hoon around in his large brick on Wheels.
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Re: Are non sport turbo cars fun?

Postby AHTOXA » Thu Nov 03, 2016 7:53 pm

tankinbeans wrote:
AHTOXA wrote:I remember driving a rented Expedition with the EcoBoosted double-snail configuration. That thing really moved out of it's way and then some, given that it's like a 7500 lb truck or some such.

I wouldn't mind an EcoBoost F150 truth be told.

Which one? The 2.7 twin turbo is pretty grunty. The mileage my friend gets isn't spectacular, but grew tries to hoon around in his large brick on Wheels.


The 3.5 twin turbo is the one I drove. It was a hoot.
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