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Compound Turbo 6.4L Cummins - Engine Builder Magazine Cummins Diesel Engines, Cummins Turbo Diesel, Cummins Diesel, Engine Block, Cummins Turbo, Engines For Sale, Diesel Engine, Trucks Lifted Diesel, Diesel Oil

Looking to get the shop's name out in public and compete in the Ultimate Callout Challenge with a true engine building statement, The Diesel Shop pulled out all the stops on this compound turbo 6.4L Cummins build. Find out why it dominated at the 2019 UCC event.

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Josh Storey
1973 Chevy C30 with a Cummins 6BT Inline-Six – Engine Swap Depot Diesel Trucks, Pickup Trucks, Chevy Trucks, 1973 Chevy Truck, Cummins Diesel Engines, Chevy Diesel Trucks, Cummins Turbo Diesel, Custom Lifted Trucks, Ford Trucks

Joe Yezzi and his talented team at Squarebody Syndicate built this 1973 Chevrolet Cheyenne Super C30 truck as a tow rig for the company. Under the hood sits a 5.9 L Cummins 6BT turbo diesel inline-six with a 4-inch exhaust built by Big 10 Garage in Chandler, Arizona. Torque is sent through a Hughes Performance...

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Miguel Antonio Martinez Ballesteros
1991 Toyota 4Runner with a 1UZ V8 Chevy Trucks, Toyota 4runner Sr5, Toyota 4runner, Toyota, Toyota Trucks, Dodge Pickup, V8 Engine, Car Engine, Car Spare Parts

This 1991 Toyota 4Runner was built to go off-roading. Power comes from a 4.0 L 1UZ-FE V8 cooled by a rear mounted radiator. Behind the engine sits a manual valve body automatic transmission and Marlin Crawler 2:28 transfer case. FJ80 axles with 4.56 gears are found front and rear to turn the large 39.5/13.5/15 Irock...

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How a diesel engine works | How a Car Works Diesel Trucks, Trucks, Car Spare Parts, Car Engine, Turbocharger, Truck Engine, Engine Working, Truck Lights, Diesel Engine

Traditionally, diesel engines have always been seen as noisy, smelly and underpowered engines of little use other than in trucks, taxis and vans. But as diesel engines and their injection system controls have become more refined, the 1980s have seen that situation change. In the UK in 1985 there were almost 65,000 diesel cars sold (about 3.5 per cent of the total number of cars sold), compared with only 5380 in 1980.

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Arturo Molina