2017 Ford Raptor vs. New 2018 F150's

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by fordraptor101, Jun 26, 2017.

  1. Ltl6pack

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    A new truck is always nice, but a new F150 is not a Raptor. 2010 through 2014, or the 2017,18 Raptor. If you are asking I would say you should just get you a nice F150. Raptor is well above and beyond any of the 18 F150's. Go drive one, or ride in one. My two cents worth.
     
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    Legit question.

    Even though there are many new options and features about the 18 F150, the Raptor is still a vastly more capable vehicle. Some of the new features to the f150 that I like are the 10 speed transmission bolted to a 5.0


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    I was browsing around on the Roush website to see if they had their tune for the 2017 Raptor out yet. I already installed the Roush intake. Some of those Roush F-150s look pretty sweet. I think that one of theirs makes like 600 hp. I would like to test drive one of those. One was called the nightmare I think. There is also an "off road" version that they make. Does anyone have one of these bad boys?
     
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    I think it was because the orginal question from the OP kind of comes off as either a troll question, and just happened to be immediately liked by a well known troll Sascrotch...or an unrealistic comparison of an off road oriented truck vs a stock truck with cosmetic and option updates. Two completely different animals.
     

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