Ford has quite a few 2015 F-150 builds at this year’s SEMA Show. One new F-150 that immediately caught our attention at the Ford booth is the Deegan 38 Edition truck built by Brian Deegan and Chris Ross.

For starters, the Deegan 38 features some pretty unique upgrades under the hood. Equipped with the 3.5L EcoBoost V6, the motor is upgraded with BorgWarner turbochargers that are complimented with a host of other performance parts, including a front-mounted intercooler, cat-back exhaust, Y-pipe downpipe, custom F-150 600 RWHP tuning, a custom fuel setup and more.

The Addictive Desert Designs chassis feature a three-stage front and rear suspension kit highlighted by custom 16-inch 4-tube bypass rear Fox shocks, custom 3-inch coilover front shocks, 2.5-inch bump stops, custom Deaver Springs 4.5-inch spring packs and a Currie Enterprises rear axle assembly.

Outside the truck is more than just fancy Deegan-inspired graphics. Carbon-fiber Deegan 38 fenders and rear bedsides by Ground Force Automotive are equipped on the truck, as well as a Deegan race series front and rear bumpers, chase rack and side steps. The truck also features the new Mickey Thompson Deegan 38 wheels that are launching here at SEMA, with the 17 x 9 wheels sporting 37 x 17 x 12.5-inch Deegan 38 tires.

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quaison yhap November 4th, 2014 at 3:50 pm

this truck is # madd!

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