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Diesel WorldDiesel World

Diesel World January 2019

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

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Engaged Media
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sema what we’re up to this year

The SEMA Show is the automotive aftermarket’s yearly trade show that takes place in Las Vegas every November/ late October. It’s the largest show the aftermarket has and straight-up dwarfs any car show you’ve ever been to. It’s the second largest convention Vegas hosts each year (based off of last year’s numbers it’s rivaled only by CES, the Consumer Electronics Show), drawing over 160K attendees and 2,400 exhibitors. Once a year the entire town is taken over by auto industry people of all kinds. Driving in the city during the event is tough because everywhere you look there’s some over-the-top custom vehicle. Parts-wise, if it exists in the aftermarket, it’s here. Most companies reveal their new products for the following year here as well. It’s important to note that…

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dw news

OEM NEWS ’19 RAM TRUCKS NAMED MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED PICKUP Ram’s all-new ’19 1500 model has been named to the third-annual Wards 10 Best User Experience List for 2018. Wards states that the brand continues to lead the way in technology, efficiency, luxury, and durability. Some features that earned the new Ram these accolades include its fourth-generation Uconnect system, class-exclusive 12-inch reconfigurable touchscreen display, Harman Kardon audio system (the most powerful system ever offered in a pickup) with 19 premium speakers, 360-degree Surround View Camera with bird’s eye vehicle perspective, and all-new SiriusXM with 360L personalized listening experience. The new Ram’s multifunction USD ports with an optional integrated wireless charging pad, and its one-step, voice-controlled navigation system also helped seal the deal. BMW, DAIMLER, VW COLLUSION INVESTIGATION An…

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hot products

LOW-TEMP TOWING Mishimoto Ram Transmission Cooler Mishimoto recently released a direct-fit transmission cooler for 2003-2009 5.9L/6.7L Dodge Rams with a stacked plate core for durable, powerful cooling. The new cooler greatly improves upon the stock transmission cooler with a 212% increase in core volume and 224% increase in fluid capacity. Comes equipped with a thermostat for fast warm-up in cold climates and thermostat bypass for constant cooling in hot climates.Mishimoto877.GOMISHI Mishimoto.com TAKE COVER PPE Cast Aluminum Diff Covers Made in the USA from high-quality cast aluminum for strength and optimum heat dissipation, PPE’s differential covers offer industry-leading fluid cooling. They are equipped with internal heat sinks and external cooling fins, increasing the pan’s surface area and helping dissipate heat. This makes for much cooler, denser fluid, and cool,…

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weekend on the edge 2018

Of course, longtime Edge-sponsored driver Verlon Southwick was going to make an appearance at Weekend on the Edge. After a really rough 2018 season and some unforeseen troubles with its engine and new turbo setup, this truck hasn’t seen much action this year. But the brand-new combo under the hood was up and running just hours before the event started and made more than 1,000 hp on the dyno. Weekend on the Edge was hosted at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, allowing the quarter-mile drag races, sled pull, and dyno competitions to all be held in one location. The pull track was put together inside RMR’s circle track using dirt normally on site for monster truck shows. The crew members from United Pullers had their work cut…

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results

DRAG RACEPRO STREET WINNER: Jared Delekta RUNNER UP: Tyler Kipp10.50 INDEX WINNER: Trent Hibbert RUNNER UP: Will Terry12.0 INDEX WINNER: Jake Johnson RUNNER UP: Jagger DraperET BRACKET WINNER: Garrett Vanbeekum RUNNER UP: Chris WeissSLED PULLKING OF DIESELS WINNER: Tom Hanson RUNNER UP: Kalaeb HalesSUPER STOCK WINNER: Shawn BacaPRO STOCK 3.6 WINNER: Tom Hansen RUNNER UP: Kaleab HalesLIMITED PRO 3.0 WINNER: Kortney Kneiffenegger RUNNER UP: Kyle Walker2.5 INDUCER WINNER: Colby Swanson RUNNER UP: Max AukerWORK STOCK WINNER: Austin Elsmore RUNNER UP: Cliff TowneDYNOSTOCK GM WINNER: Paul McClure RUNNER UP: Dallas CadleySTOCK DODGE WINNER: Kord Brown RUNNER UP: Joshua MurraySTOCK FORD WINNER: Tucker Beckstead RUNNER UP: Mario MaresSMALL SINGLE WINNER: Robert Posey RUNNER UP: Taylor PhillipsBIG SINGLE WINNER: Jordan Thompson RUNNER UP: Robert GonzalezSMALL TWINS WINNER: Chris Adams RUNNER UP: Mitchell…

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ultimate callout challenge 2019 qualifier

Edge Products teamed up with the Ultimate Callout Challenge crew to host a 2019 UCC Qualifier to be run during the normal Weekend on the Edge scheduled events. The UCC Qualifier brought in a few heavy hitters trying their hand at competing in all three events—dyno, drag, pull—in hopes of being the one truck that would win an invitation to the UCC 2019 next May in Indianapolis. The Ultimate Callout Challenge has become the largest diesel competition of the year after just three years of existence, and getting a chance to compete with the biggest names in the business is one heck of an accomplishment. ■…

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