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2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor - Rolling Big

Dan Ward
Jul 23, 2014
Contributors: Patrick McCarthy
Photographers: Truckin Staff
Altering the Raptor's SVT-developed and Fox-tuned suspension is one of those decisions many Raptor owners have a hard time deciding on. There are quality upgrades out there—as this Raptor-specific feature section has shown—however, most of the modifications include coilover, upper control arm, and rear shock upgrades. For RBP, status quo wasn't acceptable, and neither was a simple shock upgrade. So RBP partnered with Fabtech Motorsports to develop a 4-inch lift kit for the Raptor and, with some creative sheetmetal work on the extra-wide front fenders and rear bedsides, the 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Super Crew is able to clear 40-inch Toyo M/T tires—a feat you won't see too often at your local Raptor run.
Extra power was required to spin the big mud tires and 20-inch RBP wheels, so the 6.2L was given a shot in the arm by way of an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger and RBP exhaust with custom RBP tip. A quick trip over to Industrial Motoring in Anaheim, California, saw the Raptor receive a giant roof rack, custom sheetmetal bumper with LED lights, RBP grille, and sheetmetal dual-scoop hood. Capping off the crazy modifications, the entire truck was painted matte black, and a large RBP logo was applied on the side to provide notice of who owns this wild Raptor.
Photo 2/3   |   2011 Ford F 150 SVT Raptor Front Grille
Rolling big is an understatement for this monstrous F-150 with 40-inch tires, insane sheetmetal work, and a roof rack that houses a fullsize spare and LED lightbars.
Photo 3/3   |   2011 Ford F 150 SVT Raptor Engine
Helping to turn the massive M/T tires, an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger pumps cool air into the engine, boosting power to the 600 range.

Inside the Build
Year/Make/Model: 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
Owner and City/State: RBP • Corona, California
Engine
Type: 6.2L V-8
Induction: Edelbrock E-Force supercharger
Exhaust: RBP exhaust with RBP tip
Tuner: Edelbrock
Built By: Industrial Motoring • Anaheim, California
Drivetrain
Transmission: 6R80 six-speed with Select Shift
Rearend: Electronic locker
Chassis
Front Suspension: Fabtech Motorsports 4-inch lift with spindles
Rear Suspension: Fabtech Motorsports4-inch lift with blocks
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: RBP custom 20x10
Tires: 40x15.50R20 Toyo Open Country M/T
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