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The Harley-Davidson Ford F-150

Motorcycle and muscle car fans unite – we’ve found the ultimate combination of your two favorite rides. Enter the 2000 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150. Featured below, it’s the first off the line and it’s supercharged. Need we say more? Check it out courtesy of Jay Leno, right here:

Source and Video Source: Jay Leno’s Garage

 

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1300-HP Corvette Explodes On The Dyno

Yes, you read that right. CSP Shop Manager Eric takes this 1300+RWHP Corvette to the Dyno strip and it doesn’t exactly go as planned. The C6 Chevrolet Corvette has been coined the silver bullet by Complete Street Performance on YouTube. This supercar-turned-flamethrower is anything but boring.

Click the video below and tune into this massive failure. Enjoy.

Source: Complete Street Performance, Motor 1

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2018-2019 Mustang GT Gets The New Ford Supercharger

Ford announced back in 2017 that a new supercharger kit would be available for the 2018 Ford Mustang GT. The supercharger would offer 700 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque. The expected delivery date? 2018. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen, but the supercharger is now available for 2018 and 2019 models.

The kit delivers the promised 700-hp with a 2.65-liter TVS positive displacement supercharger with 12 psi of boosted air to the engine. Other goodies include new fuel rails, injectors, an air-to-water intercooler and a bigger throttle body. The kit costs $7,699 and is emissions compliant in all 50 states. If you want the kit as well as the 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on the parts, you’ll have to get it installed by a Ford dealer or ASE-certified technician.

Source: AutoBlog

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Mustang-Inspired EV Crossover Will “Go Like Hell”

Last year, Ford made the decision to wipe out its traditional lineup and favor trucks, SUVs/crossovers, and future electric vehicles. It’s a risky move, for sure, but Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford is confident the brand’s upcoming EVs will be a hit. First up will be a Mustang-inspired crossover that Ford claims will “go like hell.”

The new crossover is due in late 2020 and is sure to shock its audience. We’ll keep you updated on the performance crossover EV as we get closer to its release.

Source: CarBuzz