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Old 07-14-2017, 11:11 PM   #11
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A V8 2019 Raptor? Are you off your meds again? Nipping at the bottle, are we? -

The Ford GT, all half a million dollars of it is powered by a 6 cylinder with a top speed of almost 220 mph, zero to 60 fast enough to rip half the rubber from the gumball Michelins, and you think they are going backwards to an 8? Nuckin' futz, I tell ya. You ain't getting any younger. May as well wait for the all electric Raptor in 2035. ;-)
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I love my ecoboost raptor, but I did love my 5.0 also. This is my first ecoboost product, and I would get another. I'm paying 105.00 a month for insurance, the raptor pushed my insurance up 22 bucks a month.
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A V8 2019 Raptor? Are you off your meds again? Nipping at the bottle, are we? -

The Ford GT, all half a million dollars of it is powered by a 6 cylinder with a top speed of almost 220 mph, zero to 60 fast enough to rip half the rubber from the gumball Michelins, and you think they are going backwards to an 8? Nuckin' futz, I tell ya. You ain't getting any younger. May as well wait for the all electric Raptor in 2035. ;-)
NO, not off my rocker! And no meds! Maybe a brewsky or two.
I like my NA 385 HP 5.0 and i don't tow lead sleds.
The 5.0 is more than enough power for me.
And with the Raptor's 4.10 axle gearing even better.

Wish Ford offered a more souped up naturally aspirated 5.0 option for the '18 Raptor. Then it woulda been a no brainer for me.
I'm skeptical of small displacement turbo charged engines having a bad experience with one in the past.

I will say this, in the event Ford drops a V-8 in the Raptor, it'll probably be super or turbo charged to compete with the current engine's specs.

We'll see what 2019 brings. Maybe by then all the Raptor hype, long order times and over MSRP price tags will be gone.

Having said all that, still on the fence for ordering a '18.
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I just got off the phone with my insurance company. Going from a 2013 FX4 SCREW to a 2018 Raptor SCREW will increase my premium about $215 per year. I'm assuming it would have gone up some even if I bought a non-Raptor 2018 because it's a much newer vehicle (and stickers for $15,000 over the 2013).
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I was considering buying a 2017 Raptor and checked with my agent (St Farm). It would of cost $295 every 6 months for 100/300, 250 ded collision, medical, and 0 ded comp.
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Lots of variables go into what folks pay: State, driving history, deductibles, current accidents, ALL claims, etc...... Mine went down considerably once I left State Farm after 30 plus years.
Who did you go to. I am about to shop around and I have state farm.
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