300 horsepower is a nice round number, but no where near as nice as the 382 that can be had with the Kenne Bell Lincoln Navigator massage. Bell adds a blower, larger injectors, engine calibration changes, cool air kit and Magnaflow exhaust system among other changes. 0-60 times increase by almost 4 seconds over the stock Navigator (10.0 to 6.3) and so does the price; the supercharger kit costs $3950 but to get it like the one TruckTrend.com tested, be prepared to shell out a lot more.
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