TIRE SMOKIN’ Modded F-350 Packs PowerStroke Power
This week’s Tire Smokin’ video features a 2004 Ford F-350 packing a modified PowerStroke diesel engine and when you consider how well a torque diesel will smoke the tires in stock form – you can likely imagine that beating that the rear tires face while being spun by a built up PowerStroke.
This video does not display the most well advised means of doing a big, nasty burnout, as the video explains that the F-350 did the burnout between groups of vehicles driving on the road, but the burnout is orchestrated quickly enough to avoid any interaction with other vehicles.
This F-350 is powered by a 6.0L diesel engine that has been modified with a collection of goodies including a MAP Maximizer, and SCT custom tune, 175cc injectors, a FASS HD fuel system, propane injection, ported and polished fire ring heads, ARP studs, a ported and polished intake manifold with EGR delete, hardened push rods, performance valve springs, a polished stock turbo with silencer ring cut out, a 5″ straight pipe exhaust setup and a custom cold air intake…so it likely makes some big power.
Even with that, this F-350 is surprisingly slow to get the tires turning, but once they get smoking – this Super Duty creates a massive smoke cloud in a very short amount of time.
Of course, this F-350 sounds great in action so crank up your speakers and enjoy!
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