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Wilson 01-13-2014 01:18 PM

this is a defiant Photoshop
http://pictures.topspeed.com/IMG/cro...tor_600x0w.jpg
they used 2010 wheels

BobbyVA 01-13-2014 01:21 PM

2015 F150 Website leaked
 
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Originally Posted by WyoStorm (Post 601894)
It's better than the current F150 (talking looks only) but I'm most concerned about what the next gen Raptor powerplant would be (assuming one ever comes to fruition). Please don't give me some 2.7l engine. Just another big normally aspirated powerplant please.



Well here's your likely and unfortunate answer



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justvettn 01-13-2014 01:38 PM

Why were they calling that truck a 2015 and they mentioned it had aluminum panels instead of steal like the outgoing model.
Also is Ford trying to say they no longer need the Raptor for Baja, that the stock truck is fine.

JustinBieber 01-13-2014 01:44 PM

I'm guessing 6.2L will live in in Raptor and super duty

Stress testing the 2.7L in baja is just to show how durable it is. Didn't they do the same thing with the 3.5L ecoboost?

Nick@Apollo-Optics 01-13-2014 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by CraigBarish (Post 601973)
I think it's unlikely for a 5.0 but I said 5.0 because from a production stand point, I can't see it being efficient for them to have one F150 with a 6.2. I'd like them to keep the 6.2 I just don't see it happening.
The 5.0 probably won't happen either and a 5.0EB would be godly but that's also unlikely. I'm betting a 3.5 EB and maybe a 6.2 if they keep it just because the raptor is a niche vehicle.

Not impossible. The 6.2L is currently only available on the Raptor and XLT for 2014. That being said, with CAFE standards, it's going to be more fuel efficient and the 6.2L just can't hack it.

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Originally Posted by BobbyVA (Post 601982)
Well here's your likely and unfortunate answer

2015 Ford F-150 Baja Testing - YouTube


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Not necessarily; when the 3.5L Ecoboost first debuted, they put it in the Baja 1000 truck just to test durability as well as other torture tests. This was just a torture test. It is not necessarily the next-gen Raptor motor, just like how the 3.5L EB is not the current-gen Raptor motor.

Quote:

Originally Posted by justvettn (Post 601996)
Why were they calling that truck a 2015 and they mentioned it had aluminum panels instead of steal like the outgoing model.
Also is Ford trying to say they no longer need the Raptor for Baja, that the stock truck is fine.

It was an aluminum body (just like the 2015 model) stamped to look like the 2014 model with a 2.7L under the hood. It was a way to torture test the engine and body under the guise of it being a 2014 so as to not raise any suspicion.

RaptorSCrew 01-13-2014 02:54 PM

Found This One (Hopefully not a repost)

Aluminum-intensive 2015 Ford F-150 revealed | Fox News

...and


http://video.foxnews.com/v/304895482...#sp=show-clips

Boss Hoss 01-13-2014 02:54 PM

I just thought about this as a case for the 14 model!! People will be waking up to find a skeleton of a truck on a 15!! The skin of the truck will be at the scrap yard!! People walk the side of the road for cans! There will be parts that can be removed easily by putting a chain on and pulling. Easy money for the thugs and scum---you know it is going to be a problem!!! Insurance rates will reflect it as well.

MagicMtnDan 01-13-2014 03:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boss Hoss (Post 602069)
I just thought about this as a case for the 14 model!! People will be waking up to find a skeleton of a truck on a 15!! The skin of the truck will be at the scrap yard!! People walk the side of the road for cans! There will be parts that can be removed easily by putting a chain on and pulling. Easy money for the thugs and scum---you know it is going to be a problem!!! Insurance rates will reflect it as well.


RUSRIUS?

http://www.lnt.com/photos/product/st...y-tin-sign.jpg

Boss Hoss 01-13-2014 03:05 PM

100%---ever see what they do for copper wire??? Do the math--scum bags are just that. If there is a will there is a way. Mark this post and come back to it in 2 years.

mudblood 01-13-2014 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by FullAuto (Post 601843)
That looks awesome!!!

this is a defiant Photoshop


I'd buy that in a heart beat. Looks very good and "tough" which what I like about the Raptor now. Good job somebody!!!

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Boss Hoss (Post 602069)
I just thought about this as a case for the 14 model!! People will be waking up to find a skeleton of a truck on a 15!! The skin of the truck will be at the scrap yard!! People walk the side of the road for cans! There will be parts that can be removed easily by putting a chain on and pulling. Easy money for the thugs and scum---you know it is going to be a problem!!! Insurance rates will reflect it as well.

Hoss.............would it not be much more simple to just steal the truck??


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