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Old 04-10-2014, 10:38 PM   #2531
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What is an acceptable failure rate?

Assume 600k Ecoboosts (there are more but we'll use that). At these percentages, those are the # of engines with "failures".
1% = 6,000
.5% = 3,000
.25% = 1,500
.1% = 600

So if 99.9% of the Ecoboosts are perfect, that still leaves 600 that will blow up.
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