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Stage 2 6.7L Twin Turbo Cummins Engine

From its beginnings as a $225 1949 Ford F1 to now a more than $400,000 full-blown race truck known as Old Smokey F1, this truck, its 6.7L twin turbo Cummins and owner Scott Birdsall are the diesel Pikes Peak International Hill Climb record holder. Find out what went into the engine and the race effort.

Triple Turbo 6.7L Cummins Engine

Looking to make a splash in the industry and toast the competition at the King of the Streets competition this fall, Ben Francis, James Vannest and Vannest Performance built this triple turbo 6.7L Cummins engine. They’re hoping for around 1,700 hp on fuel and more than 2,000 hp on nitrous. Find out what went into the build!

3.0 Class 6.6L Duramax Engine

Looking to take his pulling truck from the 2.5 class to the 3.0 class, Dan Paulhamus of Paulhamus Diesel Performance overbuilt this 6.6L Duramax engine for exactly that reason. Find out what went into the high-horsepower build.

Compound Turbo 6.5L Cummins Engine

One of the biggest and baddest engine builds Capital Diesel Performance has ever done is a compound turbo 6.5L Cummins, which features a 6.7L block and a 5.9L crankshaft. Find out what went into the build!

Procharged 6.4L Powerstroke Engine

Cass Choate is not a person who can just sweep a problem under the rug. He’s a guy who needs to find a fix and a solution for that problem. Enter one of the diesel world’s biggest problems, the 6.4L Powerstroke. Choate Engineering Performance created a hybrid 6.0L/6.4L with a Procharger and nitrous. Find out what went into the build!

Diesel of the Week July 2020 Recap

In our recap of July’s diesel engines, we look at the details of twin 5.9L compound turbo Cummins engines from Plowboy Diesel, a Stage 2 6.4L Powerstroke from Powerstroke Performance, a 1,000 hp 6.0L Powerstroke from Summit Diesel, and a compound turbo 6.4L Cummins from The Diesel Shop.

Compound Turbo 6.4L Cummins

Looking to get the shop’s name out in public and compete in the Ultimate Callout Challenge with a true engine building statement, The Diesel Shop pulled out all the stops on this compound turbo 6.4L Cummins build. Find out why it dominated at the 2019 UCC event.

Diesel of the Week June 2020 Recap

FULL SEND DIESEL 6.7L CUMMINS Not even being an active Marine could keep Kevin Kubinak from getting involved in the diesel industry. He started Full Send Diesel two years ago and is helping customers upgrade their diesel engines like this turbocharged 6.7L Cummins. Turbocharged 6.0L Powerstroke With some custom tuning, the 6.0L Powerstroke makes around

1,000 HP 6.0L Powerstroke

After his original 6.0L Powerstroke engine blew apart while horsing around on the highway, Lawrence Green had Summit Diesel rebuild the engine with the goal of 1,000 horsepower. Find out what went into the build!

Stage 2 6.4L Powerstroke

With a dead cylinder and damaged block, a recent Powerstroke Performance customer decided to go crazy on rebuilding his 6.4L Powerstroke, and those are always the best kind of customers. Find out what went into bringing this 6.4L back to life!

Twin 5.9L Compound Turbo Cummins

No, you’re not drunk and seeing double. There’s really two 5.9L compound turbo Cummins engines in this 1970 Dodge truck built by Plowboy Diesel. Find out how this build came about and what makes it work!

Deck-Plated 6.7L Pro Mod Cummins

Looking to build a wet block, deck-plated 6.7L Cummins engine that was street-able and capable of lots of horsepower, 1 Way Diesel Performance started pushing the limits of what was possible. The result was this 6.7L Cummins build that got put in the shop’s ’57 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Mod car.