A 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 4×4 Power Stroke built at the SEMA Garage on behalf of SEMA Cares will be among the countless collectible cars auctioned later this month at Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale event. Proceeds from its sale will benefit Childhelp, which is a non-profit charity organization that works to prevent – and help victims of – child abuse.
Aided by an aFe Power Scorcher HD power module, an aFe Momentum HD intake, and a 5-inch DPF-back exhaust, the 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 in this SEMA Cares Ford F-250 sends about 50 more horsepower and nearly 100 lb-ft more torque through the rear wheels than the stock motor, for a total of 397 rwhp and 817 lb-ft rear-wheel torque. To help put all that power down, the custom Ford F-250 Super Duty rocks a front suspension system from Icon Vehicle Dynamics, with a Hellwig Suspension front sway bar, while the rear suspension setup came from Rogue Racing. Rogue also supplied the custom front and rear bumpers, as well as the bed rack. The truck rolls on Raceline 935M Defender Bronze wheels with 2-inch Rough Country wheel spacers and Toyo Open Country M/T tires.
There’s plenty more custom and upgraded equipment to be found on this Ford F-250 Super Duty, including a full range of on- and off-road LED lighting components from Baja Designs, a Warn Zeon 12s winch, Curt Manufacturing Class 5 Commercial Duty hitch, illuminated Power Step XL retractable steps from AMP Research, and an ARB Twin Compressor underneath the truck.
The SEMA Cares Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 4×4 will be auctioned off on January 18th, building upon the more-than-one-million dollars the organization has raised for charity. For more photos and info, visit the Barrett-Jackson website.