2018 F-450 Diesel Dualie Burnout: Tire Smokin’ Tuesday

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Sporting 440 horsepower & 925 lb-ft of torque, F-450 paints hundreds of feet of black stripes on the pavement.

This week’s Tire Smokin Tuesday video comes to us from the BenAutobahn YouTube channel and it features a 2018 Ford F-450 Super Duty with dual rear wheels roasting the rear tires for nearly a minute. Even though this truck has a ton of rubber on the ground out back and a curb weight that is likely creeping up on 9,000 pounds, it still packs the power to lay down some impressive stripes.

The Newest Big Power Stroke

This 2018 Ford F-450 Super Duty is powered by the newest version of the 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8, delivering 450 horsepower and 935 lb-ft of torque. Those numbers make this big truck the most capable in its class, but that turbocharged V8 makes the 8,600-pound truck surprisingly peppy.

2018 F-450 Burnout Front

More importantly for this video, all of that torque makes the 2018 F-450 a wicked tire-slayer and this video is a fine example of that – with the huge workhorse putting together an impressive dual-rear-wheel burnout.

Headlight Revolution Truck in Action

There are no details on this specific 2018 Ford F-450. In fact, the figures that are included in the video are wrong, as they reference the power numbers for the 2017 F-450, but we can tell from the video that this truck is not stock. Most notably, it has a set of a massive aftermarket wheels with aggressive tires, giving it more tire-to-road contact than a stock Super Duty. It also appears to have aftermarket exhaust, so it could have more power than stock as well.

F-450 Burnout Rear

Finally, this big Ford has a bed rack, a roof rack and some aftermarket lighting, so even without the grille, it likely weighs well over 9,000 pounds. It weighs 9,000 pounds, it has huge, heavy wheels with wider-than-stock tires and it has four tires to spin – but none of that stops it from smoking the tires for a solid 45 seconds.

Crank up your speakers and enjoy!

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Patrick Rall is a regular contributor to LS1Tech and JK Forum, among other auto sites.

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