I also had a similar experience. Went camping about 2 weeks ago with the inlaws. The father in law owns a 2007 dmax and pulls a 33' jayco. He was disappointed that I bought a 6 cyl for pulling a tt. He says I should have at least bought a v-8. Just doesn't understand that this v-6 has more power for hauling heavy loads. Anyways we went on a 300 mile each way camping trip and he led. I followed with my 8500lb 31' tt. He didn't want to admit it but I could tell he was trying to pull away from me on every on ramp we took. And this little ecoboost kept right up no problem. I dont know how hard he was in the throttle but it would smoke pretty good and is completely stock. I didn't have to floor it once but did get on it. I know I was impressed.
2011 ecoscrew 4wd with 3.55 gears. Bilstein 5100s front(3/4" setting) and back, RAS susp., Weathertech floor mats, Katzkin leather, fx tails, added reverse lights, LT275/70r18 duratracs for winter, and LT265/70r17 for summer. (coming soon-bilinvic retros)
wonder whats up with my truck. 70 mph today on I69 in mid michigan (flat) and i was getting 15!
How do you drive it, jackrabbit start or easy, mods? Stop and go traffic, thats all killers there. I was up against a crappy head wind and all I got was 13.2 l/100k after fill up, there are so many variables to fuel milage.
2012 F150 XTR Screw 6.5' box, Eco boost, max tow package, truxedo low pro qt, Line X bed liner. HBS level kit, Fuel hostage wheels 20" and Nitto trail grappler 305/55/20. Firestone ride rite air bags and airlift wireless compressor kit. MBRP exhaust. AFE stage 2 intake. EBC dimpled and slotted front rotors and yellowstuff pads, stoptech slotted rears. Boostbars.