Ken Block’s $200K Supercharged F-150 RaptorTRAX

Inski Lot, Stand Out with Specialized Vehicle

Ken Block has had some incredible automobiles, and now you can possess one of the craziest: His 2009 Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX, which was featured in the short movie Ken Block’s RaptorTRAX Shredfest Zak Hale & Ethan Deiss. The build was inspired by a basic 2009 Ford F-150, though reworked to mimic the style of a 2013 Raptor. This modified model featured a new 6.2-liter Boss V8 motor outfitted with a Whipple supercharger, replacing the standard 5.4-liter V8 engine.

This resulted in outputting of over 650 horsepowers for all four treads. Instead of standard wheels, SVC Offroad based in Utah installed the Mattracks 105M1-A1 tracks to connected King shock absorbers complete with remote reservoirs. As well as that, they further fitted customised lower and upper control arms, long bars, and skid plates.


This setup includes a 30-inch LED bar affixed to an SVC Baja front bumper along with a 50-inch light unit on the custom roof rack. In turn, at the back there is an emblem of the KB43 brand often seen in the aftermarket headlights coupled with a pair of Rigid Industries D2 chamber lights, one in Amber and the other in Blue. The bed is equipped with a detachable BBQ cooker, waterproof sound system, Warn winch, and two Recaro seats that have been built-in with a roll cage.

Recaro seating can also be seen inside, offering greater structure reinforcement for improved safety. Moreover, a revised covering, Fifteen52 wheels painted blue, a Glassworks Limitless wing, and a tubular rear guard are incorporated. These modishes attributes will enable you to drive on not-so-rough surfaces.

The mileage of this truck is uncertain since a discrepancy has been present since May 2019, but maintenance has been attended to, a new battery has been installed, and the car was intensively washed inside and out. What sets this for-sale ad apart is that in addition to the images featured herein, the seller also captured several specific pictures exhibiting the harm and wear sustained by the truck, thus ensuring there will be no surprises upon an actual inspection.

Is the selling rate of $195,000 for LBI Limited’s vehicle a steal? Let us understand your opinions regarding this remarkable product.

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