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Moke Miyahira's 2005 Dodge Ram

Moke Miyahira's 2005 Dodge Ram

2005 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Cummins

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Tyler Kipp's Tow Mega

Tyler Kipp's Tow Mega

Tyler Kipp's Tow Mega

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The Woes of Buying a Turbocharger

The Woes of Buying a Turbocharger

The Woes of Buying a Turbocharger

As an average diesel pickup daily driver, and even as a diesel performance enthusiast, knowing the ins and outs of a turbocharger is uncommon knowledge. Turbocharger assemblage is not especially complicated, most everyone with nominal mechanic skills can take one apart or even put one back together. Where the complexity comes into play is; knowing the varying tolerances, specifications, and performance outputs.

 

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Beware of Bad Injector Connecting Tubes

Beware of Bad Injector Connecting Tubes

Contamination

Everyone in the diesel industry who has dealt with a common rail fuel injection system SHOULD know how important it is, when dealing with the high pressure fuel system, to work in a very clean environment. Any speck of debris that happens to run through the high pressure fuel system can and potentially will cause catastrophic failure on your injectors. The #1 reason for fuel injector failure is caused by contamination. 

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Scrapyard Savior: Industrial Injection’s Silverado 2500 HD

Scrapyard Savior: Industrial Injection’s Silverado 2500 HD

To those in the know, Salt Lake City–based Industrial Injection is one of the places to go for diesel performance. With all the accouterments necessary for Ford, General Motors, and Ram owners to maintain (or modify) their trucks, oil-burner fans in Salt Lake Valley would do well to check out the shop.

 

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