2013 Ford Raptor 801A- Whipple S/C And A Whole Lot More

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The time has come for me to sell my 2013 Ford Raptor. I have spent a lot of time and effort into building this truck into what it is today. I recently bought a 2021 Raptor and unfortunately need to sell this one. The truck is a 4-door super crew with a 6.2L V8. The vehicle has 79k miles and has been meticulously maintained. I am the original owner and have the title in hand. I'm asking $45k for the vehicle.

The vehicle came with the 801A Package: SVT Luxury Package, Power/Heated/Cooled Front Seats, Auto-temp dual control, Power Adjustable Pedals, Power Seats, Memory system, Power-Fold Mirrors, Remote Start, Sony CD/HD/Sync Audio, Trailer Brake Controller, HomeLink, HID Headlights, Touch Screen Navigation, Select Shift 6spd Transmission, 36-Gallon Fuel Tank, Power Sunroof, Front & Rear Camera System.

There are many upgrades on the truck and are listed below. I'm sure ill forget a few hut here they are.


-2.9L Whipple Supercharger-Stage 2. CARB legal with sticker under hood.
The stage 2 kit comes with the larger Heat Exchanger and dual fans. Fans wired to Upfitter switch.
The Whipple S/C comes with a K&N air filter. I have an outerwear cover that covers the K&N filter.

-SCT handheld tuner device with the OEM and two Whipple Tunes.



- Fox 3.0 front coilover with remote reservoir. Tuned by SVC for the extra S/C weight.
- SVC upper control arms
- RPG Tie Rod kit
- R1 Concepts Brake Pads and Rotors


- Fox 3.5 x 16 bypass shocks.
- Deaver +3 leaf springs.
- SVC adjustable frame brace kit with Fox 2.5 air bumps.
- Custom fabricated (by me) bed rack to support the shocks. Can hold 2-37 inch tires, 5 gal. gas can, jack, 8 gal. tool tote and 2 gal. rotopax. I bought the basic suspension tower from SVC and custom fabricated everything else you can see in the pictures. To maximize storage the center section can lift up by pulling 2 pins and allow the air struts to assist in lifting the center up. The cool thing with this setup is the center section of the rack is removable so you have the ability to store a spare tire in the bed laying flat.


- 37X12.5X17 Toyo Open Country MT. Maybe 8k miles.
- Method Mesh 306 wheels 17x8.5


- Advanced Fiberglass front fenders. The upgraded fenders have a 2-inch rise and 2-inch wider flare.
- SVC Front bumper.
- Custom made by me, Rear Bumper with backup sensors and trailer hitch behind license plate.
- RPG Power Steering Reservoir
- Optima Yellow Top Battery
- Snugtop Rebel. Fiberglass shell. Sliding side windows and fold down window.
- Line-X Spray Bedliner in bed and rear wheel wells
- MAG-HYTEC rear diff cover
- Magnaflow 3.0 cat-back exhaust with exit in front of rear passenger tire.
- Pop & Lock Electric tailgate lock, works with door and key fob.
- Lowrance gps mount (Not installed). LOWRANCE NOT INCLUDED.
- Under hood LED work light to light the engine bay at night.
- 3M vinyl wrap, satin black, on roof, hood, tailgate and around headlight and tail lights.
- Paint Protection Film on doors and bed. The PPF covers only the bottom 12 inches of the doors and bed.
- Offroad Lights: Front bumper has a 20in. bar in the center and 2 cubes on the outside. Rear bumper has 2 amber cubes. I have 2 cubes for A pillar lights as well. I cant remember the brand. They are not the expensive light brands like Rigid or Baja Designs but they do put out a ton of light.

I still have all the original engine parts that were removed when installing the Supercharger. I also have other misc. parts for the truck.

The vehicle has always been a CA. vehicle.

***A few things to note: These pictures are not current. It rained the other day and have not had time to detail the truck but wanted to get the add up. The truck still looks the same with no damage. I will post current pictures within a few days when I can shine her up. The aluminum center caps on the wheels have been removed and replaced with the normal method caps. The tires are now 37in Toyo M/T's not the Baja T/A's shown. Lastly the vinyl wrap has seen better days. The roof has some vinyl cracking and hood is faded. There is no damage to any of the paint underneath. Vinyl wrap is only good for a few years and the wrap is at the end of its life.

If you have any question don't hesitate to call my number is (760) 213-4949.

Asking $45K for the vehicle and have title in hand. I am NOT desperate to sell and will not entertain low ball offers.


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