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He won but i ran a 14.94 at 91.57 mph vs his 14.07 at 100.59 mph.My best pass of the day was a 14.90 at 91.73 mph.2013 F-150 XLT Supercab 4X4 EcoBoost V-6,3.31 gears truck is bone stock with 3,800 miles.The best part was a guy had a 2011 or newer Mustang with the 3.7 V-6 and 2.73 gears and ran a 14.29 at 99 mph bone stock.Pretty impressive i thought only 2 tenths and 2 mph slower then the Hemi Charger.

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He won but i ran a 14.94 at 91.57 mph vs his 14.07 at 100.59 mph.My best pass of the day was a 14.90 at 91.73 mph.2013 F-150 XLT Supercab 4X4 EcoBoost V-6,3.31 gears truck is bone stock with 3,800 miles.The best part was a guy had a 2011 or newer Mustang with the 3.7 V-6 and 2.73 gears and ran a 14.29 at 99 mph bone stock.Pretty impressive i thought only 2 tenths and 2 mph slower then the Hemi Charger.

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14.90 @ 91.73 with a bone stock Supercab 4x4 Ecoboost wtih 3.31 gears? That is impressive. I assume those are corrected times, but still very impressive for a bone stock 4x4 truck with those gears.
 

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14.90 @ 91.73 with a bone stock Supercab 4x4 Ecoboost wtih 3.31 gears? That is impressive. I assume those are corrected times, but still very impressive for a bone stock 4x4 truck with those gears.
That's what the timeslip had on it 14.90 at 91.73 mph,i don't know if that's corrected times or not.The track is 1,100 ft above sea level.I had a bone stock 2011 F-150 Supercab 4X4 with the EcoBoost engne and 3.55 gears before this one and ran a 14.68 at 93.45 mph at the same track.

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Very nice times!

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Very good times for a full sized, stock truck! tune, intake, and exhaust will do wonders...
 

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Thanks guys,i'll try and race it again in the fall when it's cooler out then it was on Sunday.I actually ran a 14.88 at 90.83 mph with this truck in April when it was about 50 degrees outside.I think in cooler weather it will run in the 14.80's again.I might put a different exhaust on it and that's about it.

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Thanks guys,i'll try and race it again in the fall when it's cooler out then it was on Sunday.I actually ran a 14.88 at 90.83 mph with this truck in April when it was about 50 degrees outside.I think in cooler weather it will run in the 14.80's again.I might put a different exhaust on it and that's about it.

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It's amazing how much technology has advanced. It wasn't that long ago (late 1980s-early 1990s), those times were what a guy could expect to get out of his stock Mustang, Camaro or Corvette. And until they started to figure out how to PROPERLY reprogram the computer for engine mods, that was all you could do. And then, you needed to swap the heads, change cams, change intake, maybe stroke the crank ... well you get the picture.

Today, a bone stock truck is turning the same times. AND, if a guy wants to invest in some simple modifications (exhaust, intake & tuning...all do-able in a weekend, if not sooner) you can get fantastic HP/TQ and turn low 13s no problem. I am sure there are guys turning 12s out there too (with a little NOS for good measure...but some call that cheating).
 
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