Chevy Silverado Jackal or worthy rival Ford F-150 Raptor pickup

Chevy Silverado Jackal or worthy rival Ford F-150 Raptor pickup

January 28, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Chevy Silverado Jackal was first shown in October last year, and now PaxPower has arrived on TFLnow on YouTube to take a detailed video about this car.

  The Chevrolet lineup never had a pickup truck that could compete on equal terms with the full-size Ford F-150 in the high-performance version of the Raptor. The brand has never produced such a car, but, fortunately, the guys from the Texas team PaxPower finally “came up with the idea” of creating such a pickup. The company decided to build its project, which was called Jackal, on the latest version of the full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup.

The first thing you notice when you see this truck is a darkened exterior, all of which chromed parts now have a matte black color.

The tuning company offers a truck in three versions. The entry-level model brings some changes to the production Silverado along with the installation of improved upper control levers and King King 2.5-inch front coilovers, as well as improved rear shock absorbers. Stage 2 boasts a modified rear suspension, new steering rods and wishbones on the front axle. Stage 3 adds to all of the above larger 3.0-inch internal bypass coilovers and leaf springs with progressive compression speeds, as well as special bumpers, lights and larger 37-inch off-road tires.

 Prices for Stage 1 for the “jack-up” Chevrolet Silverado start at $ 14,950, with each additional “upgrade” stage costing an additional $ 10,000.

 In addition to catching Silverado’s off-road capabilities, PaxPower also offers a slight increase in power. The 6.2-liter V8 receives an additional 22 “horses” – the total power is 442 hp. This was made possible thanks to a new exhaust system and calibration of the electronic engine control unit. All machine modernization work does not affect Silverado’s factory warranty.