Rousch Performance Unveils 650 Hp Supercharged F-150

Rousch Performance has just announced a new package for the Ford F-150 that can give it a whopping 650 hp. That’s 50 more than they offered last year. This is a sneak peak of the truck that will launch October 29th.

The 2019 F-150 SC starts with a Rousch TVS R2650 supercharger that gets strapped on to the 5.0L Ford V8. Combine that with dual exhaust, with available active exhaust, along with custom engine management calibration and it’s a recipe for power. The 650 hp is backed by 610 lb-ft of torque, and your neighbours will appreciate the quiet mode on the exhaust.

Making this truck more capable off-road, it wears a coilover suspension upgrade developed by Roush and Fox. It lifts the front by 2.0-inches but maintains the factory payload and tow ratings. It lets the truck handle boulders but ride more smoothly on the road, the company says. Handling traction work are 20-inch wheels wearing Mickey Thompson Baha ATX tires in 305/55R20.

Letting passers-by know you’re in a Rousch, there are some exterior enhancements too. like a Rousch front grille with accent lighting, new bumper cover that works with Ford’s adaptive cruise control sensors, and fender flares. Inside the truck gets an optional leather upgrade, console vault, or off-road utility kit.

The Rousch F-150 SC starts at $22,999 over the price of whichever truck you choose to put under it, and comes with a 3-year, 36,000-mile warranty.

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