Why go home when you can go big?
Over the last several years, MegaRexx has built a reputation for itself, making some of the craziest tuned-up trucks on the market. A few years back, the American firm took a stab at building the diesel F-150 Raptor Ford wouldn't, and it turned out great. Now, MegaRexx is back to take another stab at its take on the Raptor.
The powertrain is the same as last year's model, utilizing Ford's 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbo-dieselV8. Here, it makes 475 horsepower and a hilarious 1,050 lb-ft of torque. Obviously, the new motor is just the start.
MegaRexx has added new 4.5-inch Icon progressive coil springs at the front and 5-inch multi-leaf springs at the back. The trucks also have a fully adjustable rear height with Ford's rear spring bump stops. MegaRexx uses its own longer, stronger radius arms paired with Fox Racing shocks and an Icon track bar to complete the suspension setup for these bigger, badder Raptors.
Obviously, the massive wheels and tires, as well as beefier suspension, will add some considerable forward momentum to an already heavy truck. As such, MegaRexx sourced a big brake kit from Alcon to handle stopping.
Aesthetically, things are just as extreme. This truck comes in "Agate Black Metallic," but you can order other colors as well. You'll also notice the red striping found on the hood, rear fenders, and surrounding the light bar. The bumpers are changed as well, with a new Smasher front bumper and High & Tight rear bumper. The rear gets two LED reversing lights as well.
Speaking of lights, Anzo switchback headlights, a 40-inch LED light bar, and a 20-inch integrated grille light bar round of changes there. For some reason, a train horn has also been fitted, just in case the appearance of the truck wasn't loud enough for passersby.
MegaRexx has added satin black rock rings with red washers and satin black bumper trim plates as well. In the bed, you'll find a new bed cage with a full-size spare and LED side lights. Just behind that sits a massive "MEGARAPTOR" logo emblazoned on the tailgate.
Finally, power-operated steps will help you inside. There, you'll find a new micro-perforated leather interior loaded with just about every option you can order on a Raptor. That includes Ford's 12-inch Sync system, blind spot monitoring, a B&O sound system, and more.
MegaRexx owner Aaron Richardet has this to say about his new trucks: "The Megaraptor Truck from Megarexx has really caught on. It is a unique, go-anywhere, haul-anything bad-ass truck that is actually fun to drive and gets attention wherever it goes."