If you want it a little more extreme and think that 2,7 tons can do with some tuning, the following vehicle may be just the thing for you. We discovered a really fat monster on the Vellano Forged Wheels website. It is a nearly 2,20 meter wide Ford Raptor SVT in deep black. This 5,4-LITER V8 bullet is quite well motorized with its 310 hp and so only a little "fine tuning" was necessary on the chassis. In addition to a subtle hollow, there was a high-quality Vellano VSF standard wheel set in 22 inches with huge off-road tires. The rim star of the Alu's is painted matt black and the rim well has been given a surface made of carbon and optically the whole thing fits well with the rest, as we think. Apart from these two modifications and the completely darkened windows, apparently nothing else has been changed on the Raptor SVT so we leave you alone with the pictures at this point. 🙂 But if we do get some information about important changes, there is of course an update for this post. You will be informed about the update when you get ours Feed subscribed. We hope you enjoy watching.
(Photos: Vellano Forged Wheels)
The details of the changes to the Ford Raptor SVT:
- Vellano VSF Standard Rims (22 inch, black / carbon look)
- Higher level (more information is not available)
- darkened / tinted windows
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - more information is not available)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (more information is not available)
Of course, we have published tens of thousands more tuning reports on tuningblog.eu, if you wanted to see an excerpt then just click HERE, And also with Vellano Forged Wheels rims we have some other vehicles, following a small excerpt:
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