Posted June 20, 2018 07:10:03The Chevy Silverados come standard with a 1.6-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, which delivers around 5,500 horsepower and 8,400 lb-ft of torque.
But the EcoBoost is a pretty old-school engine, with a few changes to make the engine run better.
Ford took a few cues from the Chevy and went with a new, smaller, cylinder head.
The big difference is the exhaust manifold.
Instead of a single exhaust, the one inside the engine, the new version has two.
It’s also designed to make sure there’s less air in the intake.
The exhaust is designed to blow out air that is escaping from the engine.
Ford says the new EcoBoost has reduced fuel economy by between 4.7 and 5.4 mpg.
The new engine is designed with better cooling.
Ford said it’s designed to reduce the intake temperature to 15 degrees Celsius, so there’s more air flowing in and out of the engine and less heat entering the engine from outside.
The biggest difference in the engine is the fuel pump, which has been replaced with a water pump and new bearings to make it run quieter.
It also has a new piston design, with the pistons now longer, which gives it a better grip on the engine block.
Ford also redesigned the cylinder head, which is made of an alloy of titanium and aluminum, and now has new, more lightweight parts to increase fuel efficiency.
It says the engine has been tuned for higher power and torque.
Ford says the EcoPets system will help keep the vehicle running at its rated speed.
It includes automatic stability control, a heated steering wheel and new steering wheels.