Check out this supercharged Ford F-150 takes on a similarly supercharged Mustang GT in a quarter-mile drag race.

We’ve seen Boosted a few times, most recently answering the age-old question of whether it is faster to race with your tailgate up or down (up, by the way, to prevent air vortices from being formed). His personal ride is a Ford F-150 that has been modified with a 2.9-L Whipple supercharger on its 5.0-L V8 engine. Combined with new fuel injectors, a new pump, American racing headers, and an E50 fuel mix tuning, Boosted's F-150 now makes an estimated 950 horsepower at the rear wheels.

It's also been lowered by a good 3 inches and given a set of Nitto drag racing tires, turning this F-150 into a true drag machine.

His opponent for this video is a tuned 2019 Ford Mustang GT. Under the hood is the same 5.0-L Coyote V8 engine as the F-150 as well as a Whipple supercharger. The GT also has a 3.875 pulley upgrade and E85 tuning. All that should give the Mustang at least 700 hp as with similarly tuned Roush models, and possibly even more.

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At around 3,700 lbs, the GT and F-150 should have a fairly similar power-to-weight ratio. It's really anybody's race.

Judging by the way the Mustang shudders slightly with each gear change, we’re going to guess than the GT has a 6-speed manual connected to its supercharged V8. While this might make the GT a more “pure” drag racer, no human can compare to the gear-swapping speeds of a computer-controlled automatic, and it likely cost the Mustang the race.

The final time for the supercharged F-150 was 10.29 seconds at 135 mph, while the Mustang managed a 10.69 second time at 135.88 mph.

The video ends promising a rematch, so hopefully we’ll see the GT put up a better fight next time.

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