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That’s down sig­nif­i­cantly from the 150 psi or more these en­gines used to see. A San­dridge Cus­toms wa­ter-to-air in­ter­cooler and the cor­re­spond­ing ice box and wa­ter pump sys­tem en­sures that the boosted air—en­ter­ing the en­gine through the in­di­vid­ual run­ner in­take man­i­fold—is as cool and dense as pos­si­ble.

STRONG, RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE

They say that be­ing com­pet­i­tive in the Su­per Stock class boils down to driver skill rather than the truck it­self. In a cat­e­gory where too much horse­power can ac­tu­ally hurt you, those that find the right bal­ance be­tween read­ing the track and know­ing pre­cisely when to pour on the power see the best con­sis­tency, along with the driv­ers that sim­ply ac­cu­mu­late seat time. Judg­ing by Todd’s first sea­son in the driver seat of the An­gry Farmer Prod­ucts Ford you would think he’s been sit­ting there a life­time. Not only did he take the win at the pres­ti­gious En­derle Pull-off, but he fin­ished Se­cond Place in the NTPA’S 2019 Su­per Stock points chase.

At the end of last sea­son, Todd made his in­ten­tions to stay in Su­per Stock even more con­crete by pur­chas­ing a se­cond truck: the Cum­mins-pow­ered ride coined “Up in Smoke,” which was for­merly owned by Josh Deeter. With this type of com­mit­ment, and his daugh­ter ru­mored to pi­lot the new ad­di­tion, he’ll have two highly-ca­pa­ble trucks in the hunt in 2020.

 ??  ?? A Rock­well F106 equipped with a locker and mil­i­tary steer­ing knuck­les dis­trib­utes dig­ging power to the front wheels while a PSC hy­draulic-as­sist steer­ing sys­tem al­lows for ma­neu­ver­abil­ity. Also no­tice the fact that two Ran­cho shock ab­sorbers are po­si­tioned for­ward of the axle on ei­ther side. Lo­cated next to the oil pan you’ll find the Avi­aid two-sec­tion wet sump oil pump that’s re­spon­si­ble for sup­ply­ing more than 100-psi of oil pres­sure for the en­gine and also serv­ing as the lift pump for the Sigma.
A Rock­well F106 equipped with a locker and mil­i­tary steer­ing knuck­les dis­trib­utes dig­ging power to the front wheels while a PSC hy­draulic-as­sist steer­ing sys­tem al­lows for ma­neu­ver­abil­ity. Also no­tice the fact that two Ran­cho shock ab­sorbers are po­si­tioned for­ward of the axle on ei­ther side. Lo­cated next to the oil pan you’ll find the Avi­aid two-sec­tion wet sump oil pump that’s re­spon­si­ble for sup­ply­ing more than 100-psi of oil pres­sure for the en­gine and also serv­ing as the lift pump for the Sigma.

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