No engine upgrades, though
Here in the Philippines, the Ford Ranger has been a staple in the pickup segment for as long as we can remember. In the US market, though? It was only reintroduced in 2019. Being the truck-loving nation that it is, however,
That’s a lot of muscle even by muscle-car standards
This is the most powerful 'Stage 3' Ford Mustang ever offered by storied modifier Roush Performance. It is big, mighty and really quite fast.There's 750hp and 907Nm of good things, generated from a very supercharged 5.0-liter V8. Indeed,
If that’s what you’re after
People simply can't get enough of the Ford Ranger. If you're looking for evidence, just take a look at what tuners the world over are doing-it's like we're seeing a worthwhile new project every couple of weeks.
Turbocharging and electrification were out of the question
De Tomaso has always used Ford engines, from the Cortina's little in-line four to blooming great V8s. So seeing as the company's new owners are obsessed with "retaining the spirit and DNA of the brand," it makes complete sense
650hp and 881Nm of torque
Unnecessarily powerful pickup trucks are a rare, tremendous delight, and the modified F-150 via Roush Performance is both of those things; it is entirely unnecessarily powerful, and quite tremendous.Roush now tells us its incorrectly spelt NITEMARE 4x4 just did 0-
Who wants to tell them they spelled ‘nightmare’ wrong? Shotgun not us
Hennessey isn't the only company pumping pickup trucks full of more righteous, American horsepower than they can or were indeed designed to handle. Roush is at it, too, and this is its latest creation-the appropriately named, grammatically irritating 'Roush F-
That's quite a punch
The founder of Roush Performance-Jack Roush-started out in life as an engine development engineer for Ford, back in 1964. In 2018, the tuning company that bears his name has revealed its current most potent offering.It is simply called a '
As subtle as a Mustang can get
This, girls and boys, is a 710hp Ford Mustang. Doesn't look like it, right? It looks subtle. Well, as subtle as Mustangs can feasibly get.It's called the Jackhammer, and it's a product of Roush Performance, who've tuned
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