I know eventually that guys that have this engine in their 2015 mustangs will want to tune the **** out of it. It's going to be interesting to see what sort of power the engine can handle before internal parts need to be upgraded.
yes sir, they share the same 2.3L EcoBoost 4. Although the MKC's has been detuned for fuel efficiency...THe Mustangs ecoboost engine is the same engine as the MKC?
detuned? does it run on premium or regular?yes sir, they share the same 2.3L EcoBoost 4. Although the MKC's has been detuned for fuel efficiency...
thats very likely.I wonder if that means that with a chip or tune the MKC will be able to make 300bhp
oh probably why, are you planning on entering the stop light grand prix LOLI wonder if that means that with a chip or tune the MKC will be able to make 300bhp
Power, meanwhile, will come from Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine already announced for the 2015 Mustang EcoBoost. While in the Mustang the engine is tuned to deliver 310 horsepower, we hear that in the Focus RS it will deliver anywhere between 325 and 350 horses—with the final figure likely to lie towards the upper limits of that range. Since few buyers are expected to cross-shop the Focus RS and Mustang, it appears Ford has no issue with competition between the two.
Trust me you don't. The DCT on those things is a downright DISASTER! But SHHHFord really pushed the focus with the current generation, never wanted a focus as badly as i do now.
Except the Focus RS won't have a DCT it's manual transmission only.Trust me you don't. The DCT on those things is a downright DISASTER! But SHHH