Transfer Flow Unveils Auxiliary Tank for the Colorado and Canyon

Transfer Low, an aftermarket supplier for fuel systems, recently unveiled an auxiliary fuel tank system for…

A Wicked 1,180 HP Mega Cab

While it’s true that achieving horsepower is addicting and that you can never have enough, most enthusiasts—either voluntarily or involuntarily—draw the line at some point. But then,…

When Def is Death: The Downside of Diesel Exhaust Fluid Misuse

Back in the September 2014 issue of Diesel World we talked about diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), which is used as an exhaust treatment in modern diesel emissions systems to reduce…

Orange Crush: This 2008 Chevy Just Keeps Getting Better

Jeff and Sara West of Whitmore, California, pulled into Love Chevrolet in Monterey back in April of 2008 looking for a truck. It wasn’t their…

Tech Q&A Part #7

As you’re probably aware, it’s been cold here in the upper Midwest this winter. My truck began setting the trouble codes P0089 and P0093 during the most recent cold spell that included below…

COMMON SENSE: UNDERSTANDING TYPICAL COMMON RAIL DIESEL PROBLEMS

Although common rails are an improvement from prior types of fuel systems, they’re not without their issues. Many of these problems, however, stem from things unrelated to the design of a…

Duramax CP3 Technology (With Fleece Performance)

Not only was the CP3 used on the Duramax engines from 2001-2010, the Dodge Cummins has been using its common rail…

Never Enough: A Wicked, 1,180-HP Mega Cab

While it’s true that achieving horsepower is addicting and that you can never have enough, most enthusiasts—either voluntarily or involuntarily—draw the line at some point. But then,…

Tech Q&A Part #4

Hey there, I have a 1997 Chevy pickup with a 6.5L diesel, and I’m having some issues, such as a lack of power when pulling my fifth wheel trailer,…

Everyman’s Truck: Crank Windows and 650 HP

A lot of us remember that pivotal moment when a diesel captured our undivided attention for the first time. For…

Fueling Around at Work: Upgrading The Fuel System On A Cummins Powered Work Truck

Proper operation of the fuel system in any diesel engine is of vital importance, especially with modern, high-pressure common rail engines. Getting the fuel from the tank to a