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Supercharged Mil-Spec Ford F-150 Is The Builder’s Most Powerful Truck Yet

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There are many aftermarket Ford F-150 tuners out there in the world, offering a plethora of choices for those seeking to differentiate their pickups from the millions of others on the road. That includes Mil-Spec Automotive, which got its start doing high quality restorations on Hummer H1s. Previously, the builder offered tuned F-150s with 500 horsepower, but now they’ve created something much more sinister – a supercharged Mil-Spec Ford F-150 with the Intrepid Performance Package pumping out 675 horsepower and 620 pound-feet of torque.

Like the non-supercharged Mil-Spec Ford F-150, this new blown version comes exclusively with Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8. It also comes equipped with a host of performance parts including a new throttle body, intake, cat-back exhaust, 93 octane tune, upgraded fuel rails, 47 pound-per-hour fuel injectors, and an air-to-liquid intercooler.

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Like the regular Mil-Spec F-150, the supercharged version sports what they call “alpha pre-runner” styling as well. That starts with Baja fenders that are seven inches wider than a Raptor’s already wide fenders, along with signature LED lighting, Baja bumpers, and Mil-Spec badging. Additional options include a low-profile roof rack mated to a bed chase rack that holds a spare tire.

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Underneath, Mil-Spec’s Baja Performance Suspension package integrates a Baja Suspension with Fox Racing shocks to allow for up to 12 inches of overall travel courtesy of new control arms and half shafts. Mil-Spec has also added new rear shock mounts to maximize travel while retaining stock towing capability.

Inside, the supercharged Mil-Spec F-150 receives all new upgraded leather upholstery, billet controls and badging, and a special steering wheel with magnesium paddle shifters. As Mil-Spec Automotive Co-Founder Adam Mitchell notes, the company’s new performance package was created with old school V8 fans in mind.

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“While the first-generation Raptor featured a stout V8 power plant and became the Baja truck of choice for almost a decade, the second-generation truck didn’t really adequately address performance for some hard-core enthusiasts,” Mitchell said. “Mil-Spec Automotive recognized that a subset of performance-focused owners wanted more power, and our new Intrepid Performance Package offers significantly upgraded speed and torque across the board. The new Intrepid F-150 gives drivers a unique, limited series with an aesthetic anyone that has a passion for great trucks will enjoy.”

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Written by Brett Foote

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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