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The Hennessey Venom 775 Ford F-150 Sounds Wickedly Nice

As opposed to the Chevy Silverado and Ram, the Ford F-150 is rocking a V8 with a dual overhead camshaft for improved combustion and better airflow. Capable of 400 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 410 pound-feet (556 Nm) of torque at 4,250 rpm, the Coyote isn’t marketed as the top dog, although it’s larger and makes a better sound than EcoBoost V6s.
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Customers who feel that’s not enough for their needs can always turn to the aftermarket for more oomph. Hennessey Performance Engineering, for example, is much obliged to take your V8-engined truck to 775 ponies at 7,000 rpm and a simply colossal 685 pound-feet (929 Nm) at 4,800 rpm.

Baptized Venom 775, the go-faster package sounds much nicer than the stock pickup, thanks to a few tasteful mods. The list begins with a 3.0-liter supercharger, a twin-screw unit supplied by Whipple. In terms of aural pleasure, Hennessey Performance Engineering sweetens the deal with a cat-back exhaust constructed from stainless steel. The Venom 775 further flaunts an air-to-water intercooler system with dual-core/dual-pass bricks.

As you’re well aware, that’s not enough to explain the fury hiding under the hood of this no-nonsense truck. The list of modifications also comprises upgraded air filtration, throttle body, spark plugs, fuel system, a heavy-duty tensioner, a lightweight supercharger pulley, and ECM calibration. TCM calibration for the ten-speed automatic pretty much seals the deal.

On the visual front, the Texas-based tuner spruces things up with some decals and a serialized plaque in the engine compartment. Every build is covered by a limited warranty for three years or 36,000 miles (57,936 km).

In terms of extras, prospective customers have two choices: the Sport or Off-Road upgrades. The former is a rather straightforward package that includes lowering coilovers with traction bars and snazzy 22-inch wheels.

The latter, meanwhile, is a little more serious. In addition to front and rear bumpers, this fellow improves the Venom 775 with an LED light bar in the front bumper, 20-inch wheels mounted with 35-inch rubber boots from Toyo, and 6.0 inches of overall lift for better capability off the beaten path.



 
 
 
 
 

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