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Ohio Ford Dealer Offering 725 HP Ford F-150s For Super Low Price

Lebanon Ford Performance is offering supercharged Ford F-150s with 725 hp for an extremely low price.

Ohio Ford Dealer Offering 750 HP Ford F-150s For Super Low Price

Lebanon Ford Performance is selling a supercharged Ford F-150 for a super low price.

Last we heard from Lebanon Ford Performance, the Ohio-based Ford dealer, they were busily sticking twin turbochargers under the hood of the Mustang GT. That managed to push the standard 5.0-L Coyote V8 to 800 horses, with the potential to be boosted to 2,000 horsepower using some arcane methods that Lebanon never really got into. And all for the low price of $39,995.

And now they’re doing the same thing for the Ford F-150.

Well, not exactly the same thing. This time they’re supercharging the engine instead. But the price is still the same: for the low price of $39,995, you get a 2019 Ford F-150 2WD XL with Regular Cab and the Sport Appearance package, and your choice of three different superchargers.

First up is the Roush R2650 supercharger. This boosts the 5.0-L V8 to 650 hp and 610 lb-ft of torque. Those are some heady figures to bandy about, and certainly attractive at less than $40 grand.

Next, we have the Procharger P1X supercharger, which also pushes power to 650 horses but Lebanon declined to say just how many more lb-ft of torque you get. Probably around 610 as well, but maybe more, maybe less.

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And finally, Lebanon also offers the Whipple 2.9L twin-screw supercharger system. This boosts power to 725 screaming horses and 675 lb-ft of torque. That’s more than any stock Mustang or Raptor, and even more than the vaunted Corvette Z06.

via Lebanon Ford Performance

Each comes with 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty, although the Roush and Procharger superchargers make the truck illegal to drive in California.

And if supercharging isn’t your thing, the twin-turbo setup on the Mustang is also available for the F-150. That’s a pair of Borg Warner EFR 7163 57mm Turbos with 650 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. This upgrade is also illegal in California and adds an extra $4,000 to the $39,995 asking price.

You can get higher trims and 4WD versions as well, but those will cost a little extra. It’ll take 6 weeks to complete the conversion, so order now and save yourself some time.

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