The 2011 SEMA Auto Show isn’t all about fancy new performance set-ups for the much sexier sports cars; it also welcomes aftermarket programs done on some hulking machines like the Ford F-150.
Take for example the work done by Skyjacker Suspensions on the 2011 F-150 EcoBoost. For a pick-up that already packs plenty of the qualities of a powerful road-going beast, the people from Skyjacker Suspensions managed to improve the abilities of the class-leading pick-up even more.
The title of their project is called "Project No Compromise" and as the name suggests, they certainly left nothing to chance with their F-150 program. Featuring a 4" suspension lift to go with monotube shocks and larger off-road tires, Skyjacker Suspensions was able to make what is already a promising handling set-up for the F-150 into something that would make even the Ford engineers blush.
On top of that, the tuning company also added fender flares, a new stainless steel grille guard, a 30" LED bar, and a new dual exhaust system to add some serious bite to a pick-up that boasts of a 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine that produces 365 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.
The final engine figures have yet to be announced, but expect it to be significantly better than the standard model, all thanks to the people over at Skyjacker Suspensions.