Blown Ford F-150 Beats Up A Jeep Trackhawk

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A lot of racers out there know they can go down to the dealer and plunk down the cash for a factory drag racing car and race. Rides like the Dodge Hellcat and Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk come to mind. There are other racers who would never consider racing in a car or truck they didn’t turn wrenches on.

Boosted F-150 is back with another video that shows him out on the track in the 2018 Ford F-150 known as Undertaker beating up on more expensive rides. Last we saw Undertaker he was fighting it out with a Dodge Challenger Hellcat on the track and holding his own.

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This time out the blown Ford F-150 is squaring off against a 2018 Jeep SRT Trackhawk. The Trackhawk Jeeps are fast and very expensive. The Trackhawk in this video is running an HHP tune and 2.8 pully along with a Borla exhaust. The thing is running well into the 10-second range.

The blown Ford F-150 known as Undertaker has tuning by Oz, a Ford 5.0-liter V8 engine topped with a Whipple 2.9 Gen 3 supercharger, a 3.00 pulley, and is tuned for E85. The truck also features Jamie Decker Dual Fuel Pumps, ID1000 injectors, Bwoody Performance Traction Bars, and Mickey Thompson ET SS tires.

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The blown Ford F-150 runs very deep into the 10-second range. There isn’t much of a battle here as the heavier Trackhawk launches well but lacks the power on the big end of the track to defeat Undertaker. The sounds both cars make is worth a watch alone. The blown Ford F-150 is a drag racing beast, just watch the speedometer fly in the video.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. So we are comparing two vehicles with over a 100whp difference between them…probably exactly how the race should have went. Let’s get them closer to the same power level.

    Clint

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