Ford Raptor 2019 pickup truck tested on dynoDecember 15, 2018
The guys from the famous, though not, not so, the guys from the legendary tuning studio Hennessey Performance decided to check what the updated Ford Raptor pickup is capable of. For testing, the American car was installed on the dyno.
Now, when the automaker introduced its full-size pickup Ford F-150 in a high-performance version of Raptor, the guys from the atelier Hennessey Performance decided to check what the new product is actually capable of. The car, which is positioned as a pickup 2019 model year, was installed on the dyno in order to conduct some measurements of power.
The new version of the Ford Raptor is still equipped with a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that delivers a maximum of 450 horsepower and 538.3 Nm of torque.
With a weight of 2,494 kg, pickup accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 6.0 seconds – this is a pretty good result for such a heavy colossus.
So, after passing the basic tests on a dynamometer, Raptor 2019 showed that 353 horsepower and 397 Nm of torque are delivered to the rear wheels. Well, for those who want to squeeze even more out of their pickup, the Hennessey studio offers a “package” of engine upgrades, after installing which, the engine will be able to produce 600 hp already!
In this case, your Raptor will be equipped with a high flow induction system, upgraded front intercooler, stainless steel exhaust system. In addition, the electronic engine control unit will be reflash. With a 600-horsepower engine, the pickup can accelerate to the first hundred in just 4.2 seconds.
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