After unveiling Bronco-badged unlimited-class race trucks for the Ultra4 series, Ford on Wednesday announced that stock Broncos will also compete in the series.
Scheduled to begin testing later this month, the Ford Bronco 4600 is a modified version of the SUV people will actually be able to buy. It’s based on the 2021 Ford Bronco two-door with the Sasquatch package, using the same T6 platform, twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6, and 10-speed automatic transmission as the showroom version.
The Bronco 4600 also gets Fox remote-reservoir coilover shocks, Wilwood brakes, and 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 tires, mounted to Method Race Wheels 202 beadlock rims.
Other upgrades include heavy-duty front portal hubs and a heavy-duty hydraulic steering rack with cooler. A factory Dana AdvanTEK e-locking differential sends power to the front wheels, while the Bronco racer uses a DynaTrac ProRock XD60 axle with ARB 35-spline air locker at the back.
Ford Bronco 4600
On the outside, the…