MRT’s big change to the Ford F-150 (above) was to fit a Tremec Magnum six-speed manual transmission to the truck’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine. Ford only sells the F-150 with an automatic transmission, making MRT’s model a unique offering. To go along with the new transmission, MRT also fitted new engine parts and new computer programming to increase engine output, as well as a roll cage, racing seats with five-point harnesses, air suspension, and Wilwood performance brakes.
The Leer Edition Ford F-150 SuperCrew that’s headed to SEMA has a six-inch suspension lift and new off-road wheels and tires, but it also has a more luxurious interior. Within the cabin, look for changes like unique leather upholstery and carpeted floor mats, a custom Leer bed cap with LED lighting, and a 1,000-watt Rockford Fosgate sound system.
CGS Performance fitted its Ford F-150’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 with a new intercooler, a new exhaust, and a new air intake, before adding air suspension and new 24-inch wheels to the truck. The pickup is said to have, “a strong presence as well as a comfy ride,” CGS says. Airdesign USA, meanwhile, fitted its Ford F-150 with a variety of new body parts, include a new spoiler, fender flares, and a hood scoop, as well as 20-inch wheels shod in 33-inch off-road tires.
Forgiato supercharged the 5.0-liter V-8 in its SEMA-bound Ford F-150, although the tuner hasn’t said how much power the engine puts out. A red-and-black paint scheme, 24-inch wheels, a six-inch suspension lift, and a Leer tonneau cover complete the truck’s show-car transformation.
Finally, longtime Ford tuning partner Galpin Auto Sports dressed up a Ford F-150 in classic blue-and-orange Gulf livery. A new intercooler and exhaust augment the EcoBoost engine, while an Addictive Desert Designs Stage 3 suspension kit allows the F-150 to tackle tougher terrain. Couple that with an array of new driving lights, off-road bumpers, Wilwood brakes, and 20-inch wheels wearing 37-inch tires, and this Ford F-150 is ready for serious adventures.