Ford doesn't offer the V-10 in a F150. But the V-10 is really a truck
engine, so I doubt it would be as fast as the Tundra 5.7L V-8. I don't
know much about the Dodge V-10, but again unless you are talking about
the Viper V-10, the Dodge V-10 is a truck engine. No one building
serious work trucks would tune their engine to for drag racing. Ford,
Chevrolet, and Dodge have all built silly trucks set up to go fast in
a straight line (like the Ford Lightning), but only Toyota seems to
think anyone takes drag trucks seriously as work trucks. A 2004 Ford
Lightning would do 0-60 in 5.2 sec (or less) and stop from 60 in 162
feet. Of course it was not a real work truck, but it sure would look
good in that silly Tundra 0-60-0 ad.....
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