Under the hood of Jeff McCord’s ’02 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD and beneath all the polished aluminum piping, turbo, and Wagler intake, sits a balanced and blueprinted LB7 Duramax from SoCal Diesel. Installed by the truck’s previous owner and with few expenses spared, it sports a girdle, ARP main studs, Carrillo rods, 0.020-inch overbore Mahle cast-aluminum pistons with 0.120-inch valve reliefs, a SoCal #9100 standard firing order camshaft, and an O-ringed block. SoCal’s Stage 2 heads, complete with 5-axis CNC porting, beehive valve springs with titanium retainers, and billet single-piece rocker bridges, anchor to the block via 14mm ARP head studs.

Monthly Headlines

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