Ending off the exterior updates are aftermarket front and rear bumpers (with LED lighting) from Addictive Desert Models, tinted windows, black overall body trim and accents, a four-inch leveling package deal and an Addictive Desert Styles A-Frame package deal. The inside appears to have been left on your own, but the black and red coloration plan don’t meld perfectly with the vivid exterior.
But it can be not just aesthetic enhancements that were fitted to this truck. The currently phenomenal general performance has been enhanced, with a custom made cat-back exhaust bringing the ability up by 50 hp to 752 hp. Remarkably, this 6,350 lbs brute can hit 62 mph in just 3.9 seconds prior to working out of steam, at 155 mph. That’s absolutely swift, but it is nevertheless no match for Hennessey’s Mammoth 1000 TRX, a desert-destroying super truck with 1,012 horsepower and 969 lb-ft of torque on tap.
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