Both the new Ford GT and F-150 Raptor are coming for performance enthusiasts, but the Blue Oval's been pretty quiet when it comes to one key detail regarding both vehicles: power.

Considering both models will be down two cylinders from conventional car logic (twin-turbocharged V-6 vs. V-8), enthusiasts have been wringing their hands waiting for the final figures.

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According to Ford Raptor Forums, which had a purported private image posted to a Facebook group showing the output ratings, the new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor will have 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque.

That's more power than the outgoing Raptor and its 6.2-liter V-8. To be exact: 39 more horsepower.

Of course, the horsepower figure isn't completely shocking—it was supposedly leaked back in January—but the torque figure might raise some eyebrows.

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While Ford hasn't confirmed it, this same engine should make somewhere around 630 hp and 539 lb-ft of torque in the new GT supercar.

Thinking about ordering the new 2017 F-150 Raptor? It's been priced from $49,520, but that's for a SuperCab. If you want the larger SuperCrew it will cost you at least $52,505 which includes $1,195 for destination. Those prices are about $5,000 more than the outgoing Raptor, but this model has some big upgrades.

From the 10-speed automatic transmission to  tech including LED headlights, the new Raptor aims to raise the bar—again.