WORLD'S QUICKEST POWER STROKE
Then the compressed charge is fed into a C&R Racing Ice Barrel Intercooler that uses about five pounds of dry ice per pass to cool the intake charge. It runs without the added weight of a water-toair intercooler setup that requires an ice/water tank, pump and heat exchanger. After being cooled down, the intake charge is channeled into the front of the MPD aluminum intake manifold and down into the Power Stroke engine.
On the exhaust side, custom stainless steel tubular headers were fabricated to channel the spent exhaust gases forward toward the single turbo. A pair of 45mm Turbosmart wastegates is employed to keep the large turbo from getting unruly. After spooling the turbine, spent gases are directed skyward through the hood via a stainless steel stack that pops through a fabricated, polished aluminum stack mounted to the hood.
A pair of Strange coilover struts that were built by Menscer Motorsports use PAC springs to support the weight of the front of the truck, while the rear is supported by a set of coilovers that were also set up by the team at Menscer. With an adjustable four-link setup and a wishbone to keep the axle centered in the chassis, along with a Mark Williams double-splined sway bar, the
A C&R Racing Ice Barrel Intercooler is plumbed between the compressor output and the intake manifold. It’s designed to keep intake air temps down without adding a lot of weight, since it uses dry ice rather than a water tank with ice and pumps. To keep the Power Stroke engine cool, a C&R radiator is employed along with a pair of SPAL electric fans for good airflow. Looking at the top of the 6.4L engine you’ll see that it is capped off with a custom-machined MPD manifold and uses twin Rudy’s K16 injection pumps, one unseen in the stock location at the back of the valley and the other up front. Nathannial Delong fabricated a simplified belt-drive setup to save weight over the factory since the other accessories are not needed.