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Here's one we missed from SEMA: a twin-turbo tuner pickup, built by IDA Automotive, part of Ford's sketchy-sounding "Image Team" (an in-house tuner shop?). The warmed-over F-150 is all about turbos and chips, rather than pure iron-fed muscle. Retaining its stock Ford V6, the truck was fitted with twin turbochargers and IDA's Perfect Power SMT6 and PRS2 engine management systems, which add functionality to the stock Ford computer to produce 14 pounds of turbo boost. We didn't know Ford ran with the pocket-protector crowd. Good for them.

Frightning Ford F-150 Unveiled at SEMA Show [Speed Channel]

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