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    switching from 2003 to 2019 Limited F150

    Im looking to change from my 2003 HD to a 2019 Limited. Does anyone know the performance of the Limited 2019 compared to the HD stock to stock. I know the limited has more power but curious as to how much of an improvement. Just really looking to see if it is night and day difference. I have not yet driven the the limited. Still waiting to find one in my area or close by to test drive.

    I will be putting my 2003 HD for sale soon.

    thanks

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    That would be a great upgrade imo.

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    Thanks just looking for one that I can see in person

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    I have my 2002 HD and had a 2018 Sport Lariat with the 3.5 Ecoboost. That engine is a beast. I never felt a huge difference to my 02 and mine was supper up a bit (386hp/470tq to wheels). The Limited got a power upgrade to 500lbs TQ I think in 2019 or 2020 which would make it even better. You won't be disappointed.

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    Thanks for the reply.
    Where are people selling there HDs nowa days. I had mine for quite some time time and the dealer don’t really recognize the HDs and different from a supercrew. I will not let it go as a reg truck because it’s not. I made that mistake many years ago when I got rid of my 87 grand National.
    Damn I miss that car!

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    Woah! Selling that GNX as a regular one really was a lot bigger than selling the HD as a regular one. Just saw one with 200+ miles sell for over $200k :-O

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