It's Official | Bronco Raptor makes 418 Horsepower & 440 lbs-ft of Torque!!!

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I remember looking at stock ST dynos and their torque numbers were pretty high. Even with a 15% Drivetrain loss they were above the 415 listed torque number.

Wonder how much changed tuning wise or Ford just released the real torque number the 3.0 makes lol.
 

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Im wondering if Ford publishes the 91 octane numbers versus alot of these dyno runs with 93 octane in the tank?
 

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Wow

Still looks a tad unfinished IMO, specifically the body. When the design team got to the body, they just said eff it, just throw on the biggest bushwacker's you can find.

On the flip side, I'd much rather break a plastic fenders than crease sheet metal.
 

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What engine are these Broncos supposed to come equipped with?
 

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What engine are these Broncos supposed to come equipped with?
Same as the Explorer ST, 3.0.

IDK, looks about similar power as a stock ST LOL I believe the ST were dyno'd at 335/380 or somewhere in that ballpark.

Just as I figured, "new" turbos didnt do much of anything. However, im curious as to how they respond from different speeds with the "anti lag" system
 

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I remember looking at stock ST dynos and their torque numbers were pretty high. Even with a 15% Drivetrain loss they were above the 415 listed torque number.

Wonder how much changed tuning wise or Ford just released the real torque number the 3.0 makes lol.
I believe its closer to 20% drivetrain loss
 

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Pretty underwhelming. The 392 Rubicon makes 470/470. Sorry not impressed with the Bronco. It looks ok but they should have had the 5.0 as an option.


The truck coyote makes less power than this.
It's unlikely they out the high revving no low end mustang motor in one.

So a V8 just to have less power?
 

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Hopefully it got the 10R80 like the Ranger/Aviator.

Was disappointed that the ST got the 10r60.
Actually the software management needs addressing more than anything. The 10R80 can be wonky. I am sure the 10R60 is just as bad. Or maybe not?
 

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