The difference is going to be night and day. The EcoBoost makes 420 ft-lbs of torque, peaked at 2500rpm. And if you look at the torque curve, it's extremely flat which means you have 90% of that from 1800rpm all the way up past 4000rpm (which you will rarely ever see unless you want to). This thing will climb hills in 6th gear at 1500rpms without downshifting. When you're towing that trailer, you'll be able to cruise comfortably in 6th gear in near silence. The low down torque is just awesome. I recommend using 91 octane when towing for optimal power, but you don't have to, especially when towing on the lighter side of what it's capable of. I run 91 all summer.
2013 F-150 EcoBoost MaxTow
2013 Jay Flight 28BHS Elite
"My wheel lugs require more torque than your Honda makes!"