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2011-2014 F150 EcoBoost Turbo Upgrades

The EcoBoost F150's 3.5L V6 gets much of its astounding horsepower and torque from its two turbochargers that dump huge volumes air into its cylinders. Naturally, getting your truck's turbochargers working more efficiently or even replacing them with higher-boost models means your EcoBoosted F150 can make even more crazy power in practically no time. Our current selection of intercooler charge pipes, blow off valves, and other hardware improves the performance and efficiency of your factory turbochargers and will help reduce lag, spool time, and hesitation while giving your truck a nice bump in both horsepower and torque. Stay tuned for even more F150 EcoBoost turbo upgrade parts in the near future! Once you're finished here, make sure to check out our EcoBoost performance packages, EcoBoost F150 exhaust systems, F150 exterior upgrades, or our F150 off-road bumpers.

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Turbosmart's EcoBoost Blow-Off Valves and You!

Forgive the corny title. Some of our most popular F150 EcoBoost turbo system upgrades are Turbosmart's Kompact Dual-Port BOVs. These little guys are pretty easy, drop-in replacements for the pretty flimsy plastic factory bypass valves and are designed to help your turbo system hold more boost and give your truck an awesome sound when you let off the throttle. Even though these BOVs are pretty basic (though high-quality) upgrades, we get a TON of questions about them that we're hoping to clear up right here:

How are these different from what's already on my truck?

Your EcoBoost F150 comes with a bypass valve (BPV) for each turbocharger. The BPVs work by venting turbo system pressure back into your truck's intake system via an air line and port. A BOV, by technical definition, vents excess pressure and air simply out in your engine bay in a process called vent to atmosphere (or VTA). Now, the Turbosmart Kompacts are actually dual-port BOVs which means they vent to atmosphere and recirculate to help avoid any drivability issues while providing the aggressive sound of a true BOV.

How easy are these to install?

Extremely easy, though they're much easier to install with the front wheels off the truck. If you have long arms and some decent socket extensions, you can probably get away with leaving the front wheels on. The BOVs themselves drop right into place of the factory BPVs very easily. Check out our installation video below. We did make Chris down at Extreme Performance do it the hard way with the wheels on, because we're mean like that:

Do these BOVs need adjusting?

No... but yes... maybe. I know that's not very helpful. 90% of the time these blow-off valves can be installed without any adjustments to their soft/firm settings. Out of the box, they should be set at a 50/50 firmness setting that ought to be fine for stock EcoBoost trucks, trucks with bolt-ons, or even trucks with a few mild bolt-ons and custom tuning. Really aggressive F150 builds with a ton of parts and aggressive tunes will probably need to set them firmer to hold extra boost pressure. Our recommendation is to install them without adjustments and quite literally play it by ear. If you're getting stalling or backfiring, then the BOVs need to be set firmer to hold in pressure. If you're getting turbo flutter, then you'll need to set them softer so pressure can be released and not cause compressor stall. All that being said, there's not much to worry about and most EcoBoost owners can throw these on their truck as soon as they land at the door. As always, you can call us directly at 1-877-578-2433 with any questions or concerns.

Can I use the 2011 to 2012 TurboSmart BOVs on my 2013 to 2014 F150

Nope. Sorry. In 2013, Ford started using a single, remote-mounted electronic BOV instead of two turbo-mounted mechanical BOVs like the 2011 and 2012 EcoBoost F150s. Currently, there's no aftermarket replacement for the eBOVs of the 2013 and 2014 EcoBoosts. However, TurboSmart is working on a drop-in replacement that will hopefully be available soon.

Banks F150 EcoBoost Intercooler Coming Soon

One of the most exciting parts of our trip over to the Banks Power headquarters in California, was that we got a sneak peek at the upcoming 2011 to 2014 F150 EcoBoost Banks Intercooler Upgrade. This prototype is going through Banks' extensive testing before being put into development. We're hoping to have more news on this awesome intercooler kit here soon.

Banks Power F150 EcoBoost Intercooler Prototype