Various Ford F-150 Raptor fans have been shouting out for a V-8. Hennessey Performance Engineering has heard those cries in light of the fact that the Texan tuner has assembled a Raptor lodging eighty chambers in the engine.

From the industrial facility, there’s solitary one motor decision accessible for Ford’s most recent Raptor. It’s a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6, and it suits the truck fine and dandy.

There’s generally no grumbling when managing a 450-drive pickup truck, yet a V-8 makes huge clamor and that is a piece of the motivation behind why Raptor sweethearts need such a motor in this kind of truck.

Different organizations have taken V-8-controlled F-150s and connected the Raptor running apparatus underneath, yet Hennessey has chosen to begin with a Raptor and swap in the bigger engine.

Utilizing a 2019 Raptor as its beginning stage, Hennessey swaps in Ford’s 5.0-liter V-8 and jolts it to the Raptor’s 10-speed programmed. Hennessey likewise needs to swap over the wiring outfit, PCs, and other electronic bits from the V-8 to make everything work easily. Since this is Hennessey we’re discussing, the motor isn’t left stock. A 2.9-liter supercharger has been included and runs a mellow 7 psi of lift. No more to deliver 758 hp.

With its new powerplant set up, this Hennessey Raptor, rebranded with the tuner’s VelociRaptor moniker, is fit for running from 0-60 mph in only 4.1 seconds. That is near a second snappier contrasted with the stock variant of the truck, or, in other words speedy machine considering its inborn haul because of the majority of that rough terrain running apparatus. Hennessey doesn’t stop with the motor. The VelociRaptor wears new front and back sashes, a plenty of LED assistant lights, overhauled suspension bits, 20-inch Hennessey composite wheels, and 37-inch BFGoodrich KM03 tires.

The Hennessey VelociRaptor costs $147,950. That incorporates a 2019 Ford Raptor, so the cost, while soak, isn’t completely crazy. Hennessey intends to fabricate only 100 units for 2019 and every precedent will convey a three-year/36,000-mile guarantee. No word yet in the event that Hennessey will likewise offer the V-8 Raptor with a 6×6 alternative.

For those requiring a V-8-fueled Raptor, the truck has arrived. Presently it’s an ideal opportunity to round up the money to go get it.

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