Metro-Detroit Based Mil-Spec Automotive might be best known for their highly modified Hummer H1s, but the company also fiddles with the all-mighty Ford F-150. According to a company announcement made yesterday, Mil-Spec Automotive is adding to their portfolio with an all-new F-150 package. Deemed the Intrepid F-150, this pickup packs some ferocious supercharged firepower.
Based on the previous generation model, the Intrepid F-150 takes the previous Mil-Spec offering and cranks up the power. The company has added a supercharger to the truck’s 5.0L V8 engine, along with a new throttle body, a repositioned intake, upgraded fuel rails and injectors, and an air-to-liquid intercooler system. The end result is 675 horsepower and 620 lb-ft of torque on a 93-octane tune. While not quite Ram 1500 TRX matching in terms of sheer power, we’re sure that the truck will sound great through its new catback exhaust system. Mil-Spec even states that the engine modifications have no effect on the factory warranty. Ford has made no comment on this claim at this point.
The Intrepid F-150 package also includes Mil-Spec’s Baja Performance Suspension, complete with a set of Fox Racing shocks as well as upgraded control arms and half shafts. The system allows for up to 13-inches of overall travel, which isn’t quite on par with the F-150 Raptor. That said, Mil-Spec’s Baja fenders and bumpers make the Intrepid F-150 7-inches wider than Ford’s hardcore offering, making it one thicc truck indeed. Other visual upgrades include a roof rack, LED lighting, and a bed chase rack with a spare tire mount.
Mil-Spec hasn’t released any pricing information at this point for the Intrepid F-150 package, but it’s probably not going to come cheap. The company’s naturally-aspirated F-150 packages start at $89,500 including the price of a donor vehicle, so it can only go up from there. Considering one of their Hummer H1s start at around $218,000, you could say that’s a bargain.