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Default Ken Block's 1977 Ford F-150 Features the World's Biggest Metal 3D-Printed Part

The Ford F-150 known as the Hoonitruck from Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten is powered by a modified Ford GT EcoBoost engine fitted with a custom twin turbo setup and an intake manifold that is the biggest 3D-printed metal piece ever used on a working, driving vehicle in the world.





Ken Block is well-known for his successes in the world of rally racing and his legendary Gymkhana videos, with Gymkhana Ten featuring a 1977 Ford F-150 that is another in a long line of truly incredible performance machines. When planning Gymkhana Ten, Block wanted to introduce a new vehicle and after relying on a variety of different cars for all of his earlier videos, the original Hoonigan picked a 1977 Ford F-150.






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