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Old 06-08-2019, 08:58 AM   #1
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If I had f**k you money, Iíd definitely buy a V8 Raptor and throw a blower on it and make some sort of stupid power through it. Itís completely unnecessary but I could get to Home Depot and back pretty quickly.

I wonder how many people I could take out a cars and coffee meet.
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I am waiting for the EcoBoost V8TT motor.
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Old 06-09-2019, 04:28 PM   #5
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If I had f**k you money, Iíd definitely buy a V8 Raptor and throw a blower on it and make some sort of stupid power through it. Itís completely unnecessary but I could get to Home Depot and back pretty quickly.

I wonder how many people I could take out a cars and coffee meet.
Iím thinking I may do a fully built V8 if this is real. Closed deck, forged all the things, etc. Currie rear end to handle the power, big brake kit, SVC mid travel, etc.

Those people standing in the second and third rows off the curb at cars and coffee thought they were safe...

I sent my dealer an email today asking for info and to get on the list. Got an auto reply. Heís on vacation.
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Old 06-20-2019, 10:28 AM   #6
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Oh? A V8 Raptor.......I might just have to do something rash.
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Old 06-28-2020, 07:23 AM   #7
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2021 F-150 Raptor Isnít Happening, But A New Model Is Coming Soon (Updated)

When the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 debuted last night, there were quite a few surprises mixed in with some things that we expected all along. But one important thing missing from that grand production, hosted by actor Denis Leary, was any mention of a 2021 F-150 Raptor. Ford Authority reported earlier this year that we didnít expect to see an all-new 2021 F-150 Raptor at all, and now it appears that we were correct.

Ford Authority reached out to Ford Trucks spokesperson Andrew Surma, who confirmed that we will eventually see an F-150 Raptor based on the 14th generation pickup. The only question is when. ďA Raptor is coming for this generation F-150. We will share timing at a later date,Ē Surma said.

What we do know for sure is that all 13th generation F-150 models will be discontinued after the 2020 model year, including the Raptor. In other words, the possibility of the outgoing-generation F-150 Raptor continuing to be offered while development work is done on the all-new model is off the table.

All this shouldnít come as a surprise, since past generations of the F-150 Raptor showed up later in the modelís lifecycle. For instance, the first-generation F-150 Raptor didnít appear until 2009, one year after the 12th-gen F-150 was introduced. The second-gen Raptor debuted for the 2017 model year, two years after the 13th-gen F-150 arrived.

So it seems that we wonít see the F-150 Raptor again until 2022 or 2023, but weíre sure itíll be worth the wait. When the new Raptor does eventually arrive, we expect it to continue the same winning formula Ford derived in the first two generations.

That means a tougher exterior appearance with a unique grille, wider fenders, fender flares, graphics, and knobby tires wrapped around unique wheels.


Under the skin, the next-gen F-150 Raptor will undoubtedly be fitted with a highly-capable long-travel suspension and Fox shocks. Unique drive modes and interior touches, along with available exterior graphics will likely round out the popular model.

The big unknown when it comes to the third-gen F-150 Raptor is what sort of engine(s) itíll be available with. Ford could simply choose to carry on with the 3.5L EcoBoost V6, or perhaps it will also offer customers the option of a 5.0L Coyote V8.

More likely, weíd expect the all-new full-hybrid 3.5L PowerBoost drivetrain to be available on the new Raptor, as it will be with the rest of the F-150 lineup. Fordís 10-speed automatic transmission will likely remain the sole transmission choice.

Update: some outlets are reporting that there will be an F-150 Raptor available for the 2021 model year. Weíve reached out to Ford for comment and will update this story if/when we hear back.
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Old 06-28-2020, 02:31 PM   #8
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I'm curious if this a wait and see what RAM brings to the table and then blind side them.

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Theyíve already done a release. Itís the Hellcat TRX. 700ho V8 supercharged. Itís suppose to go on sale late summer I believe. Iíll definitely be checking it out. I can see a lot of Raptor owners jumping ship.
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Theyíve already done a release. Itís the Hellcat TRX. 700ho V8 supercharged. Itís suppose to go on sale late summer I believe. Iíll definitely be checking it out. I can see a lot of Raptor owners jumping ship.
Yep, I'll be one of those likely jumping ship. Tired of the V6 sound in my 2018. If the next gen Raptor ups their game and tops the TRX I'll go back, but right now the TRX is really appealing to me (barring seeing the final thing of course).
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Supercharged 7.3L OHV V8 = Ford SVT Lightning Raptor!
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Old 07-02-2020, 02:25 PM   #12
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Nah.

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It already has the name....
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Yep, I'll be one of those likely jumping ship. Tired of the V6 sound in my 2018. If the next gen Raptor ups their game and tops the TRX I'll go back, but right now the TRX is really appealing to me (barring seeing the final thing of course).
I honestly donít mind the sound of the turbo 6 in the raptor. Although, I would prefer a blown V8. Iíd also like them to improve the paddle shift mapping and speed. In Baja mode manual, it shifts decently fast for what it is but still kinda a gimmick. I do enjoy my raptor though.

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Hopefully. The 7.3lt is really not impressive with how it is now but it was also designed for towing longevity so I could see them tuning it for all out performance.
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No, just no.
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Old 07-02-2020, 03:34 PM   #14
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I have a hard time using the paddle shifters on my Raptor. I'm spoiled by the GT3RS and 600LT.

I do like my Raptor as well, but I want more power
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Would a revised Coyote with supercharger do the trick?
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I have a hard time using the paddle shifters on my Raptor. I'm spoiled by the GT3RS and 600LT.

I do like my Raptor as well, but I want more power
The paddle shifters are not that well placed and definitely need to be extended an inch or so outwards. While my M2 was certainly no GT3RS or 600LT, the shifters were appropriately placed. I was debating on buying aftermarket set to enlarge them and I think they move out a 1/4 inch.


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Probably would although I think a blown coyote at 700hp would significantly shorten and create reliability issues. The 7.3 engine is a damn good engine. Itís just been conservatively tuned so that it last 250k miles of heavy towing. You could like have it making 700hp supercharged and it would last 100k miles or more, Iíd assume. The 7.3lt doesnít sound that awesome though which is kind of disappointing.
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I honestly wouldnít trust anything at the power level to last long.
I can remember when people thought the same thing about 350-400hp v8ís. Direct injection has opened up more possibilities, dual port direct even more so. I sure as hell wouldnít own one out of warranty but I also refuse to own anything without a warranty or extended warranty unless Iím going to modify it, which I havenít done in probably 13 or so years.

Vehicles are so damn complicated today that owning anything out of warranty is out for me.
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The paddle shifters are not that well placed and definitely need to be extended an inch or so outwards. While my M2 was certainly no GT3RS or 600LT, the shifters were appropriately placed. I was debating on buying aftermarket set to enlarge them and I think they move out a 1/4 inch.




Probably would although I think a blown coyote at 700hp would significantly shorten and create reliability issues. The 7.3 engine is a damn good engine. Itís just been conservatively tuned so that it last 250k miles of heavy towing. You could like have it making 700hp supercharged and it would last 100k miles or more, Iíd assume. The 7.3lt doesnít sound that awesome though which is kind of disappointing.
Placement is part of it, but the shifting is just so slow that it seems like a total gimmick to me. I find I get bored manually shifting on the Raptor so I end up just putting it in D.

On the other two I always manually shift.
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GM is working on fitting a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 into its full-size pickup platforms; given that such an engine makes 650 horsepower in the Camaro ZL1 and made 755 in the dearly-departed Corvette ZR1, it seems likely that such a motor would be more than potent enough to help this Chevrolet fight the Hellcat-powered Ram Rebel TRX and any more-powerful Raptors that Ford might reveal - Rumor has it Ford may ultimately counter that by packing the Raptorís engine bay with its new 7.3-liter V8 known internally as ďGodzilla,Ē thus pushing the saurian one-upsmanship about as far as it can go.
Competition and such
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So glad there will be a V8 option. The video posted sounds pretty good. Hopefully it will be lighter than the TRX and get better MPG/range because of that, not to mention performance.
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F-150 Raptor Order Guide Leak Claims No V8 In Sight

For months now there have been rumors swirling about the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor. Most notably, there has been quite a bit of discussion related to what engine will power the baja-bashing pickup. Ever since the Ram 1500 TRX made its debut, Ford fans have been adamant that the 5.2L Predator V8 from the Shelby GT500 was destined for the truck. And while recent spy videos of a Raptor prototype appeared to highlight the sound of a V8 engine, a leaked dealer ordering guide uploaded to the F150Gen14 forum suggests otherwise. As it turns out, the familiar 3.5L EcoBoost will be the only engine available at launch. Allegedly.

The information came by way of a forum user, who located the bombshell information via Ford's dealer eSourceBook. While sifting through the vintage-looking menus about the upcoming F-150 Raptor's packages and exterior color options, the user came across the engines list. Unfortunately for all of us waiting for another 700+ horsepower pickup, it doesn't appear that the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor is our answer. As of right now, the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 is the only powertrain option listed. In the previous generation pickup, the engine was rated at 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. Solid figures, but nowhere close to the performance of the new Ram. Allegedly.


Now, it is important to note that this doesn't mean a V8 option won't be coming to the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor later down the line. It may not come during the first model year, but Ford could have plans for the Predator V8 yet. We've already seen prototype F-150 Raptors out testing with what sounds like a V8, which leads us to believe that such a project is still in the works. Besides, we can't imagine Ford is willing to give up the off-road pickup crown at the first sign of competition. It has been assumed for a while that the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor will come in two flavors: a V6-powered base model and a V8-powered range-topper aimed directly at the Ram 1500 TRX.

Perhaps then Ford has decided to lead with the more affordable and familiar EcoBoost model, whereas the more expensive Predator-packing pickup will make its debut later on.

The ordering guide also confirms a few other details about the off-road pickup. We now know the truck will be available with options like a twin-panel moonroof and 17-inch forged aluminum wheels, which cost $1,495 and $1,895 respectively. Furthermore, we know the truck will be offered in eight exterior paint colors: Code Orange, Rapid Red, Velocity Blue, Antimatter Blue, Iconic Silver, Lead Foot, Agate Black, and Oxford White.

Other details remain under lock and key, though they should come available when the truck debuts on February 3.

We know that this isn't the sort of update that 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor fans and buyers alike were looking for. The off-road pickup has been an unrivaled force in the segment for so long that it seems odd to have something else atop the throne. That said, we can only hope that segment competition will make Ford step their game up and give us the V8-powered machine we all want. Are you still excited about the new F-150 Raptor now that you know it's EcoBoost-powered?
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Ever since the Ram 1500 TRX was unleashed with its 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 pumping out 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, all eyes have been on the new Ford F-150 Raptor. The next-generation Ford F-150 Raptor will make its debut in just a couple of weeks on February 3, but a leaked order guide shared by the F150Gen14.com forum has revealed new details before the official reveal.

According to the leaked guide, the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor will once again be offered with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, which was notably absent in the next-generation F-150 lineup.

In the current model, this unit develops 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque, but we're expecting the new unit to have around 500 hp. But what about the long-rumored V8 version? Allegedly, this version will use the same supercharged V8 from the Mustang Shelby GT500 to take on the TRX.

While the V8 variant isn't shown on the leaked order guide, that doesn't mean it won't be offered. We've already heard new F-150 Raptor prototypes roar with the unmistakable sound of a V8. Reports have also claimed the more powerful V8 will be one of two engine options alongside the more affordable V6 to suit different budgets and requirements. Since it isn't on the order guide, the V8-powered Raptor could arrive at a later date, but Ford won't want Ram to steal all the spotlight for long.

The order guide also confirms the new Raptor will ride on 17-inch wheels and be available in the following exterior colors: Agate Black, Antimatter Blue, Code Orange, Iconic Silver, Lead Foot, Oxford White, Rapid Red Tint, and Velocity Blue.

Additional details about the upcoming F-150 Tremor trim have also been uncovered in a leaked order guide, confirming it will have off-road tuned suspension, a Tremor-specific exhaust, a wider track, a raised ride height, and increased travel. A unique grille with a black Ford oval and orange accent, a unique hood with heat extractors, and Tremor badging will also set it apart.












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The next-generation Ford F-150 Raptor is set to usher in a new level of performance and may be offered with not one but two high-octane petrol engine choices Ė a V6 and a booming supercharged V8.

Ford will confirm details of the new F-150 Raptor on February 3 in Detroit, which means early on February 4 in Australia, and has released a new teaser image of the grille and a short Instagram video showing the high-performance pick-up truck at dusk in the desert.

The grille design is dominated by large, black Ford lettering, above which sit three small LED light strips, which can also be seen in the video. The bonnet features a central raised black element which could denote the fitment of a V8.

While the Blue Oval brand has kept its cards close to its chest, as previously reported the spy video shows what sounds like a lumpy V8 engine prowling the streets of Michigan, which is widely expected to be a counter-attack to the RAM 1500 TRX, which currently claims to be the worldís fastest ute.


Will the F-150 Raptor out-muscle the RAM 1500 TRX?
Until the RAM 1500 TRX arrived in 2020, the F-150 Raptor had the extreme performance pick-up segment to itself.

Some US media outlets are reporting the hard-charging V8-powered F-150 will be known as the Raptor R. If this name sticks, itís likely there will be a next-gen Ford Ranger Raptor R as well, powered by a six-cylinder diesel engine.

Whatever itís called, the Ford F-150 Raptorís V8 engine will need to generate significant punch to dispatch the 0-96km/h (60mph) sprint in under 4.5 seconds in order to reclaim bragging rights from the RAM 1500 TRX, which is powered by a 702hp 6.2-litre supercharged Hellcat V8 (523kW/881Nm).

The F-150 Raptorís engine is expected to be donated from the incendiary Mustang Shelby GT500, which uses a 760hp 5.2-litre blown V8 (567kW/847Nm).


Itís not clear whether the six-cylinder version of the new F-150 Raptor will get a modified version of the current modelís 450hp 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 (335kW/690Nm) or a new circa-500hp (373kW) hybrid V6.

In any case, expect the 4◊4 super-truck to be equipped with some radical off-road driving modes and even launch control.

Itís likely to continue using Fox racing shocks to support the heavily modified suspension and raised ride height, which are designed to give it not just go-anywhere off-road capability but dune-jumping skills as well.

As well as a lift kit, the F-150 Raptor will feature a wider track along with wheel-arch extensions, and should also come with rally raid accessories including reinforced side steps (rock rails), a spare wheel carrier and more.

Expect big 35-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tyres to be fitted as standard to the pick-up, while beadlock wheels are also likely to be part of the package.


New tech features are coming to the F-150 Raptor
As per the broader Ford F-150 range, the Raptor should offer a massive 12-inch central touch-screen, wireless phone charging, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster with unique graphics, not to mention sports leather seats and a few other niceties from the Ford Performance catalogue.

Potential threats for both the Raptor and TRX could come in the form of all-electric utes on their way later this year and into 2022, such as the Rivian R1T and Tesla Cybertruck, as these vehicles are promising record-breaking performance in terms of towing, acceleration and off-road capability.

But a full-electric Ford F-150 is also in the works, due for release in 2022, and could be quicker than the Raptor R.

The Ford F-150 Raptor will be offered in Australia via independent conversion companies, but Ford Australia has made no moves to mount a fresh assault on the increasingly popular segment.




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