A First-Gen to Join 5.90 Index

It’s been six years since Logan Yelton’s ’93 Dodge has been out and about, but it hasn’t exactly been hibernating. He’s been transforming his Club Cab into a 5.90 Index truck destined to compete on the Outlaw Diesel Super Series (ODSS) circuit. Unlike most common-rail trucks in the ultra-competitive 5.90... Read More >>


Duramax Carnage

How hard can you push a stock internal LBZ Duramax? Short answer: until it fails. Long answer: quite a while with the right parts and driving style. In campaigning the first and fastest stock engine LBZ in the 9’s (including a best of 9.80 at 141 mph), Direct Injection Engineering’s Jesse Klennon finally found the limit of playing... Read More >>



Morgan Primm Memorial Truck Brawl

Dozens of competitors turned out to compete at the 2019 Morgan Primm Memorial Truck Brawl held on September 22, an event designed to remember the late Power Stroke guru that started Midwest Diesel and Auto. Dirt drags, truck pulls, and a dyno competition highlighted... Read More >>



2019 Cummins Fueling Mods Coming Soon

Staying on top of the latest and greatest engines available, S&S Diesel Motorsport has initiated product development for the 2019 (1,000 lb-ft) 6.7L Cummins platform. Pulled from a wrecked ’19 Ram 3500 and supplied by FSR Diesel Inc. and Done Right Diesel Performance... Read More >>



Vintage Diesel

Check out what social media dug out of the archives! It’s a 1964 Hendrickson Prime Mover. Fittingly called “Big Henry,” it was built to lug as much as 500 tons up a 15-percent grade and features tandem axles front and rear, along with a massive Cummins V1710 V-12 under the impossibly long nose. While... Read More >>



Ram Goes Big in Texas

Ram plans to make its presence known at the 134th annual State Fair of Texas. With a ’19 Ram 3500 on display front and center, the best-in-class 1,000 lb-ft torque rating from the all-new 6.7L Cummins will be highlighted, along with the truck’s 35,100-pound tow rating and 7,680-pound payload capacity. Ram’s... Read More >>


EPA/NHTSA: One National Program Regarding GHG Emissions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have issued a final ruling on the federal government’s power to provide... Read More >>