Aftermarket companies often rely on inspiration before they set out and build a project. For Fatal Clothing — it isn’t so much a car tuner as it is an actual clotting brand — inspiration came essentially from home, specifically Southern California.

Together with Hulst Customs, which has its own project pickup at SEMA, Fatal Clothing went about the business of building a pretty impressive program for the Ford F-150. The custom paintwork Fatal Clothings did to the F-150, specifically on the rear doors, is straight out of one of its nutty t-shirt designs. The white-black two-tone finish with the matching lime trimming adds an element of depth and character to the pickup. The exterior details are rounded out by a set of 24-inch, custom-fit DUB Wheels from MHT Wheels and wrapped in Falken tires.

Moving to the interior, Fatal Clothings made good use of Katzkin leather, custom-painted panels and Fatal Clothing artwork, including the company’s logo, which were embroidered in the seats.

Under the hood of the F-150 is a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine that Fatal Clothing whipped up to insane performance levels, thanks to a twin-screw supercharger from Whipple Industries and performance exhaust system from CGS Motorsports. With these upgrades in tow, the F-150 is now capable of hitting a staggering 650 horsepower.

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2014 Ford F-150

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When it comes to American originals, the Ford F-150 holds esteem as one of America’s premier pickup trucks. For 2014 model, Ford continues that tradition with an F-150 that maintains this reputation, thanks to having more cab, bed, engine, drivetrain and available options than comprehensible.

Powered by either a 3.7-liter V-6; a 5.0-liter V-8; a 6.2-liter V-8; or the high-tech 3.5-liter, EcoBoost V-6, the F-150 can achieve up to 23 mpg highway (3.7-liter) and pull up to 11,300 pounds (3.5-liter EcoBoost and 6.2-liter V-8)

Perhaps one of Ford’s biggest hits of late is the F-150 Raptor with its Fox Racing suspension, big tires, and strong 6.2-liter V-8. Pricing for a base F-150 starts at $24,215 and climbs steeply to over $55,000 for the Limited trim.

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Fatal Clothing’s Supercharged Ford F-150 Mixes Street Sense with 650 Horsepower

  • 6.2-liter V8 engine matched with twin-screw supercharger from Whipple Industries and performance exhaust system from CGS Motorsports
  • 24-inch custom fit DUB wheels from MHT Wheels Inc. wrapped in tires from Falken Tire
  • Leather interior from Katzkin Leather with Fatal Clothing logo embroidered in the seats

The style of the street and Southern California lifestyle was used by Fatal Clothing to modify the Ford F-150. Working with Hulst Customs, Fatal Clothing amped the appearance and performance of the F-150 by giving it custom paint work, hood and body kit, as well as fitting its 6.2-liter V8 engine with a twin-screw supercharger from Whipple Industries and a performance exhaust system from CGS Motorsports producing 650 horsepower. The two-tone black and white custom colors were matched with Fatal Clothing graphics and badging. The leather interior is complemented by custom-painted panels and Fatal Clothing artwork. The vision for the F-150 was to create a vehicle that would stick in a person’s mind, creating a modified look that has a clean design, said Bill Gaylord, owner of Fatal Clothing.

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