On the dyno measured the power of a Ford Ranger pickup truck from HennesseyFebruary 26, 2019
American tuning studio Hennessey can increase the power of a compact pickup up to 300 hp
Before upgrading any vehicle, it’s important to know where you are starting, and this video from Hennessey Performance demonstrates the basic results of the dynamometer testing for the 2019 American compact pickup Ford Ranger. The famous tuner already has an update package for this model.
In this version, the car receives 243 horsepower and 363 Nm of torque, which are sent to the rear wheels. For comparison, the usual version of the truck boasts 270 hp. and 420 Nm.
Even in the standard form, the Ranger doesn’t sound so bad. From under its cowl the quite sound, quite good for the motor with a working volume of 2,3 liters reaches. Tuning studio Hennessey has developed a “package” of modifications for the Ford Ranger pickup, thanks to which the engine now develops 300 hp. power and 508 Nm of torque. The list of improvements includes installation of a high flow induction system, stainless steel exhaust system, and new software for an electronic engine control unit.
As an additional option, the tuner offers several off-road chips, thanks to which the Ranger looks much angrier. In this case, the car receives the front and rear bumpers in the style of VelociRaptor from Hennesey, in addition to the extended wheel arches. The pickup is shod in 18-inch 10-spoke rims with 33-inch off-road Toyo tires. In addition, you can separately purchase an improved suspension.
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