2,200 Horsepower Compound Turbo 6.7L Cummins
Josh McCormack is no stranger to high-horsepower Cummins builds – this engine was built in-house at his shop Wide Open Throttle Motorsports and makes nearly 2,200 horsepower on nitrous. Check it out!
Outlaw Diesel Performance’s Turbocharged 6.0L Powerstroke Engine
It was super hard to walk passed the pit of Outlaw Diesel Performance at this year’s Ultimate Callout Challenge event because of their eye-catching Ford F-350 dually, and that was just the back of the truck! When we got around to the front to see a badass, turbocharged 6.0L Powerstroke, we knew we had to
Comec RP1400CNC Resurfacer
The Comec RP1400CNC is specially designed for the resurfacing of car and truck engine blocks and cylinder heads.
Cummins and Frito-Lay Demonstrate Electric Truck Efficiency
Cummins Inc. is gearing up for the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) Run on Less – Electric (RoL-E), an electric truck technology demonstration. The RoL-E is a three-week event beginning Sept. 2 featuring daily performance metrics, and real-world fleet stories documenting the benefits and challenges of deploying electric trucks. Cummins is participating in
Light-Truck Market Shows Growth
Following SEMA’s recent market research on the changing vehicle landscape, SEMA released a research report dedicated solely to the light-truck market. The 99-page study includes in-depth sales information for pickups, SUVs, CUVs, and vans, as well as aftermarket parts for these vehicles. The new Light-Truck Market Snapshot from SEMA Market Research shows that in 2020
Edelbrock Donates Engine for Fix-A-Flat’s Restomod
Edelbrock is assisting Fix-A-Flat in celebrating their 50th anniversary giveaway of a Restomod 1970 Chevrolet C10 by providing a Performer Small-Block Chevy 350 engine for the build. Edelbrock’s Small-Block 350 produces 310 HP & 375 ft./lbs. of torque. This engine is ideal for any street rod, muscle car or truck owner looking for 300+ hp performance
Aeromotive Fuel Tank and Drop-In Fuel Pump Module for GM Trucks
The direct fit systems are designed to deliver the proper amount of fuel for high-performance street, off-road and racing applications.
Class 8 Diesel Engines – Built for Speed, Too
Class 8 Diesels Make Great Race Trucks Too, Says Ohio Engine Builder When you think about diesel engine building profit potential you may consider the on-track activities of boosted turbo diesels like the 6.6L Duramax, the 5.9L Cummins or the 6.0L Power Stroke. Impressive engines, and it’s really no surprise to see sub-11 second runs
American Truck Historical Society’s 2014 National Convention and Antique Truck Show
Hundreds of antique trucks and thousands of trucking enthusiasts will gather in Springfield, MO, May 29-31, for the American Truck Historical Society’s 2014 National Convention and Antique Truck Show. The event will take place at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds. Trucks of nearly every vintage and make will be represented at the show, from the high spoke-wheel trucks of the
Reinvention Project Revealed: Valvoline unveils Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s and Jimmie Johnson’s Classic Truck Creations
Valvoline and Hendrick Motorsports today unveiled two completely reinvented, redesigned classic Chevrolet trucks, the culmination of the brand’s first-of-its kind Reinvention Project campaign. After several weeks collaborating with the expert mechanics at Hendrick Performance, Sprint Cup Series drivers Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson inspected their finished trucks. The two then went head-to-head in a
Powertrain Products; Problems With Ford 5.4L Truck Engines
The proper rebuild must contain not only new phasers, but also resized and machined camshaft bores, with the installation of OEM sized cam-bearings or an oversized camshaft with machining to zero runout (along with the traditional re-manufacturing process) Powertrain Products Inc., a national distributor of rebuilt automotive engines, reports on an alarming trend in Ford 2004-2010 trucks, equipped