Lightly Modded 2015 F-150 Runs 13s: Truckin’ Fast Wednesday Presented by Nitto Tire
This 4,800-pound F-150 with very simple upgrades will run with the muscle cars.
The 2015 Ford F-150 is a fairly quick pickup in stock form, but as this video shows, simple upgrades will get the half-ton truck into the mid-13s. Performance like that will allow the bestselling Ford truck to run with many stock muscle cars in the quarter mile.
This 2015 Ford F-150 comes to us from the YouTube channel of Dylan Huckeba, who we believe is the owner and driver of this sharp-looking half-ton truck. In stock form, this truck would have offered 385 horsepower and 387 lb-ft of torque, but the owner has added some upgrades that surely lift both of those numbers well over the 400-mark.
The 5.0-liter V8 has been fitted with a ported intake manifold from the Boss 302 Mustang, a cold air intake setup, a cat-back exhaust system and “the almighty Omega tune”. The intake manifold coupled with the tune should make the biggest difference in helping this F-150 blitz the quarter mile in the 13-second range.
In addition to the tuned engine, this F-150 features some variety of lowering kit and a set of 28-inch Racemaster drag radials, allowing the truck to get off of the starting line far more efficiently than it would with any traditional truck tire.
The Quarter Mile Run
The video begins with this white F-150 doing a quick burnout before easing up to the starting line. We don’t get a good look at the vehicle in the other lane, but we get a great view of the lightly modded half-ton truck ripping away from the starting line. Even with the sticky tires, the F-150 struggles a bit with traction (a better burnout would have helped with that), but the Supercrew still gets down the track in impressive fashion.
On the big end, the white Ford F-150 stops the timer at 13.58 seconds with a trap speed of 105 miles per hour. Crank up your speakers and enjoy!