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H&S Breaking Point

Vinny Himes



Who’s watching to see the H&S Breaking Point?!?! This guy! 700 horse power ain’t bad on a 6.7L Ford!

H&S Breaking point to be determined! What do you think it will do???

I am guessing the H&S Breaking Point is going to be around 800 horse power if they can get the truck to even fuel that high. Having played with the 6.7L Ford myself I know we were running out of supply fuel from the injection pump around 600 horse power. So above that they are pretty much running that truck on giggle gas!

Stay tuned for the results of the H&S Breaking Point!


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  1. Vinny Himes

    Vinny Himes

    02/28/2013 at 2:35 PM

    MCC Tuning is were it’s at! Nothing like being able to increase injector pulse width and timing in a matter of minutes. Let’s see if the factory injection pump can keep up with the changes!

  2. Vinny Himes

    Vinny Himes

    02/28/2013 at 3:02 PM

    And the numbers are in! 884 horse power and the engine didn’t grenade! The transmission finally gave up, hot lapping any transmission like that is going to take it’s tole stock or fully built.

    It’s impressive that the transmission took multiple 700+ horse power runs in stock form! Nicely done Ford Motor Company!

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      03/02/2013 at 10:12 AM

      I watched that live! That was awesome. H&S Breaking Point was great to watch. What is Hot Lapping your transmission?

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        03/04/2013 at 4:28 PM


        Anytime you run the truck on the dyno over and over without giving it adequate time to cool down it is called hot lapping. It’s very hard on components that rely on air moving across the front of the truck to cool down.

        The intercooler, radiator and transmission all rely on air moving through the grill to keep them cool. Those parts cool the engine down, the engine oil and the transmission fluid.

        The 6.7L Ford doesn’t use a conventional intercooler they use an air to water intercooler. But the transmission cooler does rely on air from the front of the truck. They just had a little fan blowing air in at maybe 10 miles per hour while the truck was running at over 100 miles per hour. Normally the air cooling the transmission would have been moving through the transmission cooler at 100 miles per hour.

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