What you are looking at here is quite possibly the coolest Ford F-150 Raptor anywhere ever, and you can’t have it. Inspired by the F-22 fighter jet, this bad boy was built for auction at Experimental Aircraft Association AirVenture Oshkosh by Ford Performance, and it went for $300,000, all of which will benefit the group’s Young Eagles.
What you ca do is copy the F-22 inspired Ford F-150 Raptor and turn your own run-of-the-mill truck into something like it. The main modifications include a Whipple upgrade for the 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost engine which ups the power to 545 horsepower and 660 lb.-ft. of torque, Addictive Desert Design front suspension and bump stop kit, Deaver rear spring pack, Fox bypass series shocks with adjustable compression and rebound, Innov8 Racing custom forged beadlock wheels with Falcon Wildpeak tires, Alcon six-piston painted calipers, Modular off-road 1.3-million candela LED lighting system, and All-stainless-steel cat-back Borla exhaust system with carbon fiber tip.
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Aesthetics and entertainment features include DeBerti carbon fiber fender flares, hood and fender vents, LineX sprayed bedliner, DeBerti two-tire, gas and ProEagle jack holder, Amp Research power retracting steps, Sherwin-Williams exterior paint integrating F-22 Raptor jet cues including titanium grille with front silhouette of the aircraft; jet cues featured on the interior as well, and Kicker audio system with 1,500 watts of amplification.
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