In the turbocharger department, Cummins owns Holset (presently known as Cummins Turbo Technologies) and has for more than 30 years. So it only makes sense that Holsets have been used exclusively on 5.9L and 6.7L Cummins power plants. This kind of in-house control is a big reason why the 6.7L Cummins was able to debut exhaust brake functionality, thanks to the well-matched and thoroughly tested HE351VE VGT, way back in mid-2007. Thanks to its head start, by the time GM and Ford introduced turbo braking, Ram had all but perfected it.

Helping Your Truck Achieve Maximum Performance & Efficiency

Owning any type of motor vehicle requires maintenance to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your investment. Sometimes trucks will malfunction, age, or get dinged, all of which can cause damage to parts over short and long periods. With that being said, here’s a collection of some areas of focus that you might want to check on, and ensure are running at optimum levels. A well-oiled machine requires every component to be working at maximum potential. The cliche phrase that “a chain is only as strong as it’s the weakest link”, is so well represented in the automotive world because engines require every aspect to function properly, for peak performance to be achieved. Just like how an athlete needs to have good endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance, the same goes for trucks that are often pulling heavy loads or trekking harsh terrain!

DURAMAX FILTRATION FIX: Cleaner Air And Fuel For Engine Longevity, Efficiency And Lowered Maintenance Costs

Cummins Cooling Mods

6.7L Power Stroke Ford Turbo, Trans and Fuel Upgrades

Lift Pump Purpose

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