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Turbocharged 6.7L Cummins

Coked Out Diesel Performance and owner Jarrett Beck are all about nitrous and big horsepower. The self-described adrenaline junkie wanted more horsepower in his own truck and went all out on this turbocharged 6.7L Cummins for a 2012 Ram 2500 drag truck. Find out what went into the build!

Twin-Turbo 6.6L LBZ Duramax

Nicknamed the Batmobile, G&J Diesel’s 1941 Willys Pro Mod race car features a twin-turbo 6.6L Duramax under the hood capable of 1,400 horsepower! Find out what went into this build that would have Batman himself jealous.

3.0 Class 5.9L Common Rail Cummins

Using a Ford F350 and a 5.9L Cummins from a wrecked Dodge 2500, TMS Diesel set out to build a gnarly 3.0 class pulling truck. Find out what went into making this 1,200-1,300 horsepower beast come to life!

Turbocharged 6.7L Cummins

If a customer walks into Twin Diesel Performance asking for a lot of horsepower, Daniel and David Goodwald are happy to oblige. That was exactly the case with this customer’s Dodge 2500 and its 6.7L Cummins. Find out what kind of power Twin Diesel was able to make!

VDP 6.0L Powerstroke

After breathing new life into a crummy 2004 F350 single cab with a 6.0L Powerstroke, Vision Diesel Performance took it drag racing. The diesel shop wanted to push it even further, so Vision Diesel upgraded the 6.0L Powerstroke for some serious horsepower gains. Find out what went into the build!

Jarvis Kustoms’ 6.0L Powerstroke

Known for his work on Ford Powerstroke diesels, Jeff Jarvis recently had to rebuild a 6.0L version due to a broken water pump that overheated the engine. Find out what his shop, Jarvis Kustoms, had to do to get this 6.0L Powerstroke back up and running.

Race Billet 408 Duramax

Wade Moody and NGM Diesel Race Engines don’t wait for others to innovate in the diesel space. Rather, they’re the trailblazers when it comes to diesel performance, and a great example is the shop’s Race Billet 408 Duramax. Find out how this engine is capable of more than 3,000 hp for use in drag racing, sled pulling and dyno competitions.

24-Valve Super Stock Super B Cummins

When Van Haisley ran across the problem of Cummins blocks splitting apart due to immense horsepower, he set out to make a better engine. Known as the Haisley Super B, Van beefed up the block using a deck plate and many other quality components. This 24-valve Super Stock Super B Cummins is a more than 3,000 horsepower example of what Haisley Machine builds on a regular basis. Find out what went into the build!

Mechanical Injected & Turbocharged DX 460 cid Duramax

There’s not much Wagler Competition Products isn’t capable of doing at its Odon, IN-based diesel engine shop. Evidence of all those capabilities can be seen in this mechanical injected and turbocharged DX 460 cid Duramax built for Pro Pulling Leagues. Find out what went into making this a more than 4,000 horsepower Duramax monster!

All-Billet 6.7L Cummins

When new truck pulling class rules allowed for an all-aluminum engine set up, Scheid Diesel and one of its good truck pulling customers wasted no time making an all-billet 6.7L-based Cummins to compete. Find out what goodies Scheid put into this build to give it 3,000+ horsepower capability!

Engine Builder Magazine’s 2019 Diesel of the Year Winner

The 2019 Diesel of the Year contest, stems from Engine Builder’s Diesel of the Week series, sponsored by AMSOIL INC.

6.4L Cummins Engine

It was five years ago that Fleece Performance bought Freedom Racing Engines, and ever since, the two companies have been dominating the diesel performance market. Evidence of that is proven in builds like this recent 6.4L Cummins based off a 6.7L block as an all-around performance monster. Find out what makes this a unicorn diesel build!