Having been put on the back burner due to Wagler Competition’s popular DX Duramax engines, this brand-new billet Duramax engine has finally made it to the forefront. Rather than being aimed at truck pullers, this lighter diesel engine is specifically designed for drag racers and drag-and-drive events. Check out what makes this Duramax unique.
The LLY Duramax often catches some flak for having overheating issues, but that doesn’t stop some people from using it in their one-off diesel builds. Thomas even went as far as putting triple-turbos on his engine!
Everybody loves a good diesel dragster! Paul Vasko’s is an LML Duramax, complete with a GT55 turbo, a heap of nitrous, and a number of other additions that make this build an absolute powerhouse.
Brian Tom’s 05′ Silverado “Goldilocks” is powered by a 6.6L LLY Duramax that makes around 1,100 horsepower on nitrous, it’s our Diesel of the Week. Check it out!
Whether you’re looking for fun or looking to win, the Duramax platform is certainly one to consider. The Duramax engine is can be built up to do just about anything you want. The only obstacle is your wallet.
Looking to crack into the 2,000 horsepower realm, Wade Boyd of Diesel Day Dreams put his 15 years of Duramax and diesel experience to the test with his latest build of a compound turbo LB7 Duramax with some goodies from Jeremy Wagler and others thrown in the mix.
T&D Machine Products has made available a roller rocker system for the GM Duramax diesel V8. The T&D rocker set gives an extra advantage to this 32-valve powerhouse, helping to maximize the performance potential, especially with aftermarket turbocharging.
T&D has engineered and produced a rocker set to give an extra advantage to this 32-valve powerhouse, helping to maximize the well-known performance potential, especially with aftermarket turbocharging. Just some of the benefits of the T&D system include steel rocker bodies, heat-treated shafts and billet stands for extreme-duty usage.