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Diesel World

September 2019

Covers all diesel-powered vehicles, trucks and tow vehicles with an eye for technical innovation, and advancements in related equipment and fuel technology.

United States
Engaged Media
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diesel world

EDITORIAL Adam Blattenberg Brand Manager Kelly Nomura Executive Managing Editor Ryan E. Smith Managing Editor DESIGN Katia Sverdlova Cover Design Kelly Lee Art Director CONTRIBUTORS Jim Allen, Jim Bigley, J.S. Hansen, Jerrod Jones, Eddie Maloney, Mike McGlothlin, Jason Sands, Jacob White ADVERTISING Gabe Frimmel Ad Sales Director (714) 200-1930 Chris Crispell Senior Account Executive (714) 200-1935 Andrew Demiar Account Executive (714) 200-1903 Becky Maas Account Executive (714) 200-1959 John Bartulin Account Executive (866) 866-5146 ext. 2746 Sebastian Tirkey Advertising Traffic Coordinator Eric Gomez Advertising Traffic Coordinator OPERATIONS Manish Kumar Mishra Operations Manager Surajpal Singh Bisht Prepress Manager Shailesh Khandelwal Subscriptions Manager Chandan Pandey Production, Newsstand & Circulation Analyst Alex Mendoza Administrative Assistant Victoria Van Vlear Intern Program Manager…

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ucc unites the world of diesels

OK. Yeah, I know. I’ve talked about this here before, but after experiencing the Ultimate Callout Challenge this year, I have to do it again. We saw some epic things at the diesel industry’s Super Bowl—many of which I’ve never seen before. Derek Rose put down the most horsepower and torque I’ve ever seen on a chassis dyno; Larson Miller went 4.25 at 174 mph in the eighth mile; we saw DHD’s Duramax on the dyno burn in an epic fireball, and then we saw them drag the sled the next day (impressive, guys), and so much more. The event has pushed the industry to grow, and it’s fun to watch. Four years ago when we started UCC, 2000 horsepower was the big goal. Many called 2015 and 2016 the Years…

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dw news

EVENTS BLOCKBUSTER WEEKEND AT RUDY’S Rudy’s Season Opener attracts a crowd for a reason. The ODSS drag racing circuit kicked off in a big way recently, with new organization, industry, and personal records being set. Before the rain hit on Friday, last year’s Pro Mod Champion Ben Shadday and his nasty shortbed Cummins went 4.57 during the first round of qualifying. Other notable passes were made by the Firepunk Diesel/Save the Racks Pro Mod S10 and Johnny Gilbert’s/Stainless Diesel Pro Street Dodge. Gilbert turned in a new personal best of 5.06, while Larson Miller (driver of the Save the Racks S10) went 4.38 at 158 mph during the second round of qualifying, and then went 4.27 at 177 later on, reclaiming the quickest (and fastest) overall diesel door car record. WANT TO KNOW…

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atomic orange special

We all have that one friend with a creative flair who does things differently. And we all know a guy with a lead foot. If you’re friends with J.D. Donohue, you know that both of these traits can coexist within the same person. A commercial painter by day, J.D. is no stranger to dabbling in body work in his free time. Add to that a lifetime worth of exposure to all things automotive, and you start to see why his ’97 F-250 turned out the way it did. His eye-catching OBS Ford sports a flareside bed, atomic orange paint, a solid front axle, and a fresh 7.3L Power Stroke that’s ready for another hard-earned 300,000 miles. BUILT FOR 400HP—AND 400,000 MILES After playing the big horsepower, stock bottom-end 7.3L game and losing…

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specifications 1997 ford f-250

OWNER: J.D. Donohue ODOMETER: 287,365 miles ENGINE: 7.3L Power Stroke with 0.10-inch over factory rebuild, Comp Cams 910 valve springs, Smith Brothers chromoly pushrods, ARP head studs FUEL: Alliant Power 160cc AC code injectors, fuel supply system with Motorcraft electric lift pump, regulated return, 32-gallon rear tank OIL: 17-degree Super Duty high-pressure oil pump AIR: Irate Diesel Performance T4 turbo mounting system, BorgWarner S364.5 SX-E with 1.00 A/R turbine housing and 360-degree thrust bearing, aluminum Super Duty intercooler, Irate Diesel Performance 3-inch aluminum intake plenums EXHAUST: Two-piece 3-inch Irate Diesel Performance/Diamond Eye Performance downpipe, 4-inch Diamond Eye Performance stainless steel system with muffler ELECTRONICS: Power Hungry Performance Hydra Chip with custom tunes from Gearhead Automotive Performance, ATS Co-Pilot, Complete Performance quad pod with Auto Meter pyrometer, boost, transmission, and water temp gauges TRANSMISSION: John Wood Automotive Street Performance…

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bumpers built for abuse

The original Ford Super Duty was one of the longest-running platforms to remain largely unchanged, from 1999 until the aluminum version arrived in 2017. And in that time, we’ve seen some pretty great products built for the largest private-passenger vehicle to ever be made in America. But when it came to hardcore off-road parts, it seemed that the Super Duty’s obvious competitor was getting the attention from the aftermarket. Even Mercenary Offroad concentrated on the Ram bumpers to begin with. But the Ford parts came soon after, and the front Super Duty bumpers hold the same signature look that the boutique bumper company made famous when it debuted its revolutionary high-line front protection years ago. The handcrafted bumpers are built to order out of Camarillo, Calif., with many hours of labor…