Diesel World - - Feature 2004 Ford F-250 -

re­placed the stock­ers. To elim­i­nate de­flec­tion and any loss of lift at the valves, a set of Man­ton pushrods got the call. And to keep the resur­faced cylin­der heads from lift­ing, ARP studs fas­ten them to the block.

190/75s & Stock Oil

While shop­ping for a set of in­jec­tors, Hilde­brand set­tled on the per­fect com­bi­na­tion for his needs: Full Force Diesel’s 190cc units fit­ted with 75% over noz­zles. Ca­pa­ble of sup­port­ing more than 600 hp, the 190/75s can con­ve­niently be run at their full po­ten­tial with­out the need for a higher vol­ume HPOP or an af­ter­mar­ket lift pump. How­ever, Hilde­brand did add a reg­u­lated re­turn sys­tem from Driven Diesel for a bit of in­sur­ance on the fuel side of the in­jec­tors. The job of wring­ing ev­ery last drop of power out of the in­jec­tors by way of cus­tom PCM tun­ing is left in the hands of Gear­head Au­to­mo­tive Per­for­mance.

Fixed-ge­om­e­try Turbo

Be­cause it was im­per­a­tive he find a tur­bocharger that could spool

 In re­cent years, tug o’ war com­pe­ti­tions have be­come a huge draw for mega trucks down in Florida. At any given event, as much as $5,000 can be on the line—in­cen­tive enough to oblit­er­ate a set of ex­pen­sive V-tread ag tires.  With the 6.0L Power...

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