TRUCKIN’ FAST 1000 Horsepower 2013 Ford F-150
This week’s Truckin’ Fast video features what might be the most powerful late model, street-driven Ford F-150 pickup in America. This 2013 Ford F-150 has been fitted with a Ford Racing Aluminator Coyote engine which is a stout motor to begin with, but the owner then had a custom twin turbo setup added that lifts the output to purely epic levels. According to the details, this 2013 F-150 makes an awe-inspiring 1000 horsepower and based on the dyno sheet, it actually makes far more than 1,000 bhp, with 948 horsepower and 726 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels.
This video starts by walking us through the basic modification list needed to create a 1,000 horsepower street-driven Ford F-150 pickup, with one of the guys from the shop that built this beast taking us for a drive and even doing a monster burnout. We also get to hear this monstrous F-150 on the dyno so while the video is almost five minutes long, anyone who loves Ford performance or very fast trucks will find this five minutes well spent.
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