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Old 08-31-2014, 10:52 AM   #541
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I have the 2011 f150 eco and installed the CAC FullaRace Intercooler with tial BOV. I have blocked off the OEM turbos with plates from the kit. I have the T\B spacer with two nipples ? What do I do with the hose from the stock BPV\BOV . Pictures would help Greatly as I'm not sure what some parts are called .Where do I run a hosed from the T\B spacer and the TIaL BOV?
Either use one of those factory hoses to fire the tial or use the tb spacer and then cap the others. I would personally use one of those if I had a pre 13 than the spacer. I'd use the spacer for boost reference and meth inj later.
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I have the 2011 f150 eco and installed the CAC FullaRace Intercooler with tial BOV. I have blocked off the OEM turbos with plates from the kit. I have the T\B spacer with two nipples ? What do I do with the hose from the stock BPV\BOV . Pictures would help Greatly as I'm not sure what some parts are called .Where do I run a hosed from the T\B spacer and the TIaL BOV?
on 2011-2012 ecoboost F150 - use the hose from the stock BPV/BOV to trigger your external TiAL BOV. cap the other use the TB spacer nipples for boost gauge, water/meth boost signal or any other accessories.


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Either use one of those factory hoses to fire the tial or use the tb spacer and then cap the others. I would personally use one of those if I had a pre 13 than the spacer. I'd use the spacer for boost reference and meth inj later.
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Is anyone with a 2012 EB running an external BOV with a Full-race CAC and the stock block of plate in the stock BOV location? Want to know what the install is like and if there are any problem with this setup? Thanks in advance for the help.
sorry - what do you mean the stock block off plate in the stock bov location
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So any updates on the down pipe or intake .... Possibly some pics ? I saw in another thread that the down pipes are about ready to ship? I know full race is busy getting ready for sema and everything but the suspense is killing me lol
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I saw in another thread that the down pipes are about ready to ship? I know full race is busy getting ready for sema and everything but the suspense is killing me lol
yes! Downpipes are in stock ready to ship from our 1st production round: http://www.full-race.com/store/ecobo...ownpipe-1.html -- Most of the in-stock downpipe inventory is catted but we have a couple catless also. These will sell out quickly, a big production run is going on now in time for SEMA.

Also, our twin turbo F150 kit is working very well, and we are making big progress on that front. The twin 6258s absolutely slaughter the single turbo we ran previously...
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yes! Downpipes are in stock ready to ship from our 1st production round: http://www.full-race.com/store/ecobo...ownpipe-1.html -- Most of the in-stock downpipe inventory is catted but we have a couple catless also. These will sell out quickly, a big production run is going on now in time for SEMA.

Also, our twin turbo F150 kit is working very well, and we are making big progress on that front. The twin 6258s absolutely slaughter the single turbo we ran previously...
This seems to be the cheapest catted downpipe on the market. Unless there is an error on the site. It says that the off road pipes are $200 more than catted. Shouldnt it be the other way around?
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Thanks - I just checked and it looks correct here, our web guy may have made an error and fixed it already?
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yes! Downpipes are in stock ready to ship from our 1st production round: http://www.full-race.com/store/ecobo...ownpipe-1.html -- Most of the in-stock downpipe inventory is catted but we have a couple catless also. These will sell out quickly, a big production run is going on now in time for SEMA.

Also, our twin turbo F150 kit is working very well, and we are making big progress on that front. The twin 6258s absolutely slaughter the single turbo we ran previously...
Awesome! Looks real good! Any word on the cold air intake? What kind of horsepower are the 6258's making ? 550-600? Gosh I want all of it at once... Can't do it but one day for sure! Wishing I lived out where you guys are located.
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The cold air intake is going to be out at SEMA time, ill post some photos of it once the downpipes are caught up.

the EFR6258s are just awesome, only 150-200rpm more lag than stock (much better response than the singe turbo had) and once they are in boost... hang on. That kit uses our new downpipe and intake/airbox. We plan to put it on the proEFI dynojet later this month with Erick @ leading edge tuning for a current HP # and see where she sits.

edit: If you are ever in Phoenix, AZ stop by Full-Race. we are located 1 mile from SkyHarbor Airport

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The cold air intake is going to be out at SEMA time, ill post some photos of it once the downpipes are caught up.

the EFR6258s are just awesome, only 150-200rpm more lag than stock (much better response than the singe turbo had) and once they are in boost... hang on. That kit uses our new downpipe and intake/airbox. We plan to put it on the proEFI dynojet later this month with Erick @ leading edge tuning for a current HP # and see where she sits.

edit: If you are ever in Phoenix, AZ stop by Full-Race. we are located 1 mile from SkyHarbor Airport
That all sounds great.. cant wait to see some photos of it. i bet this truck is going to be a monster.. i have heard nothing but good things about Erick at LET.. they are one of my top choices for when i get custom tunes.. so if you guys are using him he must be pretty good !

and i may have to take a little vacation to AZ in the near future
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