Which Raptor Is Quicker? SVT V8 Old Ford Raptor or a Tuned new Twin-Turbo Raptor (Old vs New)

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Old vs New: Ford Raptor (tuned vs stock)

Recently, we pitted our long-term 2014 SVT Raptor up against Brady’s new Ford Raptor in a side-by-side race and a 0-60 mph comparison. Brady’s Raptor has a few performance modifications, so it should be one quick truck.

Our Raptor may be a Special Vehicle Team (SVT) truck with a 6.2-liter V8 pushing out 411 horsepower and 434lb-ft of torque at the crank. We knew it would be no match to Brady’s twin-turbo V6 with numerous mods such as a Drop-In K&N air filter, Vent Atmosphere modification for a sweet blow off sound, and an MPT Tune. The tune alone enabling up to 150 additional horsepower and 180 extra lb-ft of torque. The stock high-output EcoBoost Raptor model is rated at 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque.

We want to see exactly how much quicker the new modified truck would be.

In a head-to-head race, the clear winner was Brady, with a 0-60 time of 6.37 seconds, including Roman in the passenger seat. Roman, with roughly 2.5 seconds slower time, reached a 0-60 time of 8.71 seconds. The modded V6 ran strong, but it did not dip into the 5 second range.

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