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- Sep 1, 2016
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I'm searching and this is one of the articles I read before:What articles?
The new top-trim Raptor has very different suspension than a regular F-150 or an entry-level Raptor.
This drivetrain type differs from AWD in several key ways. Find out how...
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If you order a regular F-150 Raptor, Ford fits it with the 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V6. The truck puts this 475 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque to the ground through a unique full-time 4WD system.
Automakers are currently advertising several modern vehicles with full time 4WD. These include some Jeeps and off-road trucks such as the Ram 1500 TRX and Ford F-150 Raptor. These vehicles have no 2WD mode, so they are in 4WD…full-time.
I'm not able to find the other one that I've seen talk about the full time 4wd. Again, I'm glad I'm wrong about this. The poster earlier that showed the video with the 2H mode puts all this to rest, thank God.