The 1988 Ford Ranger GT you see in the video here packs a V8 attached to a massive, 94-millimeter turbo. That combination is set up to pump out around 1,600 horsepower, but it can be dialed in to produce as much as 2,000.
You hear from your buddies “in the know” that say you need at least a 33 splined axle to drive those 35-inch tall tires or to put big power to the ground. What is he talking about? Wouldn’t more splines mean less metal to hold against that torque the axle sees? We’ll be taking a [...] More »
While off-road guys need absolute locked out traction; high performance drivers on a paved road need a differential that will still provide a forward lock and a limited amount of lock while turning for maximum drive off of the corner. So how do we achieve that hard lock out of a corner without having the [...] More »
Unfortunately, not every place in the world has a location like Pismo Beach, California where one can bring their truck to reek havoc as freely as they please. This Ford Ranger definitely seems to be enjoying that pleasure! Though this video runs over three minutes long, don’t expect it to be dull. This truck is [...] More »
Ford truck enthusiast DemonRace6 has been a member of Ford-Trucks since 2007, and is also a devout supporter of the site. Though he spent some time working on another project — a Yamaha Rhino, to be exact — he is still pursuing a rather unique build with his father. The build seems basic at first; the truck [...] More »