I have a 2012 f150 XLT with XTR package. I picked it up in Toronto with only 9000 miles on it and was driving it back to Thunder Bay (about 900miles) this past week. In Toronto there was a huge storm. While on the 400 I stepped on it to pass when all of a sudden I lost power and the entire truck started to shudder. It scared the crap out of me, but I managed to pass the vehicle. I waited a couple of hours after the storm had passed to try hammering on the gas again. I had the same problem. I think I was a little more pissed off than worried (I had read about similar stories d/t water), but this time I popped a engine light on the dash. I called ahead to a dealership along the way in Sault Ste Marie called Highland Ford. They set me up with an appointment for the next morning. They put my truck on the computer and as it turns out due to the storm; water got into the baffles for the turbos. Everytime I pinned it the water was getting into the engine. They put in the newly designed baffles and put the latest update on the ECM and now it feels like I have a rocket on wheels (I mean my wife has a rocket on wheels).