Being limited on air means Limited Pro Stock engines need to be built creatively in order make enough horsepower to overcome the class restrictions. This competition Cummins engine was built by Dustin Harrison and the team over at Apex Diesel Performance for diesel pulling competitor Trent Krulik. Check it out!
Many of the guys at the top of the diesel sled-pulling totem pole often use the 6.7L Cummins for their builds, both for its reliability and efficient power making potential. Michael Brown just finished up work on this Cummins that he’ll be using this year at events like King of the Street. Check it out!
Lucas Oil Products has decided to discontinue its ownership and operation of the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League following the conclusion of the 2022 season. Established in 2006, the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League has operated as one of the premier pulling organizations in the country, with 14 member state groups and 1,400 competitors across
Tony and Tyler Burkhard of Dirty Hooker Diesel are staples in the diesel world and of the Ultimate Callout Challenge. The Duramax-focused shop always brings its A game to the competition. This year, DHD utilized a few new goodies inside its 460 Duramax for their truck Last Minute Hooker, and even added triple turbos for
According to Truck Source Diesel’s Chris Buhidar, the competition at this year’s UCC event was the stoutest of any UCC yet. Despite the many struggles an event like UCC presents, Chris and his TSD team and their triple turbo, solid block 6.8L Cummins-powered F-350 took home second place overall. Find out why!
Today, most people know the UCC as the event that pits competitors against one another in drag racing, a dyno competition and sled pulling – all done with one truck per competitor. How the event came to be is another story.
Looking to feed their need for horsepower and truck pulling, Jake Jones and Miles Heberlein built this mechanical-injected 6.0L Powerstroke engine. It’s one of the only known, working mechanical injection systems on a 6.0L. Find out what went into this unique build.
When a customer’s pulling truck caught fire and caused some engine damage, Baillie Diesel got to work putting this 3.6 class Duramax engine back together. Find out what went into the rebuild.
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!
Now on to his third engine build for his 2005 Dodge 3500, Josh McCormack set a goal of making 2,000 horsepower with this 6.8L Cummins engine designed to do everything from getting groceries to drag racing, sled pulling and dyno competitions. Find out what went into the build!
Pro Tech Diesel built this 3.6 smoothbore charger 6.2L Cummins engine, which cranks out nearly 1,700 horsepower!
Starting out with local, small sled pulling events, Jesse Gillespie of Pro Tech Diesel quickly elevated his game from the 2.6 class to 3.0 and now this 3.6 smoothbore charger 6.2L Cummins engine, which cranks out nearly 1,700 horsepower! Find out what went into making this sled pulling beast. Diesel of the Week is sponsored by AMSOIL.