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Ford Adds New 700-Horsepower Supercharger Package For F-150

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The Ford F-150 is quite the incredible vehicle to enjoy as an off-roader, while the Ford Performance shows up with brand new supercharger packages within the FP700 Bronze edition and Black Edition. The 700 horsepower offerings, the packages can continue to push F-150 towards Raptor R levels of power. The huge restriction shown with that packages reveals itself as the base engine can be optimized with the 5.0-liter V-8 engine.

Both Packages come from Ford Performance in 2021 via the 2023 F-150s all over the XL, XLT and Lariat trim levels. The only other restriction which had been involved with the package was how the base engine would only come with the 5.0-liter V-8 engine.

A whipple supercharger is set on the motor with all the output raised to 700 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. The Raptor R gives off about 700 horsepower with 640 lb.-ft from the Shelby GT500-sourced V-8. The configurations come optionally with the various bed and body styles. All while the Pro Power and eight-foot beds aren’t available.

A Three Year Warranty Is Available Through All 50 States

Thanks to CARB, there’s a legal certification that gets backed by a 36,000 mile warranty from Ford Performance, while the packages bring in rear lowering springs, FPP carpeted mats, fender vents, black painted grilles and even body-side graphics.

In the name of the FP700 Bronze, there are so many usages of the bronze accents within the exterior of the pickup. The body side graphics also arrive with tailgate lettering with a brand-new set of 22-inch Sinister Bronze wheels.

Ford thinks customers should order trucks with the Sport Appearance Package to see the best results.

Customers are able to order the packages as early from the Ford Performance as today. It really is quite unfair, if you can’t get a F-150 with this feature.

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