The Diesel Performance Podcast introduces new co-host, Danny Voss. He joins Paul Wilson in the fifth episode talking about diesel fuel and all you need to know when the temperature drops. Diesel fuel gets cloudy and gels unless you take the proper steps to avoid the problem. The guys offer some common sense ideas to keep your truck on the road with a lively conversation about the differences between winter additives and winterized fuel, for example. You'll learn the difference between cloud and gel points and what you need to do to reverse the problem.
What happens when you bolt together various parts of one truck with another? The results may vary, but it's sure a lot of fun to see it all come together and work. Or maybe it doesn't work and another "Frankenbuild" or "swap" bites the dust and gets parked with a tarp over it.
In this episode, Paul Wilson and Scott Henricks talk swaps with a trio of owners: Eric Swanson of Duraburb - a company that specializes in the installation of the Duramax drivetrain into a Suburban. Then Nick Priegnitz of Duramaxtuner.COM talks about the ApacheMAX, a 1958 Apache bolted to the frame of a 2003 2500HD. Tony Zuccarell of Elgin, Ilinois talks about dropping a Cummins into the body of a Ford Expedition.
Sit back and enjoy - and maybe you'll be inspired to do your own Frankenbuild or not.
Chris Klenke of Aftermath Diesel Services, Villa Ridge, Missouri talks with DPP's Scott Henrick's about the Cummins, an engine Chris knows a lot about. The conversation spans all generations of Cummins and describes the pros and cons of each. Chris also explains what to look when purchasing a Cummins and the modifications that may best serve the owner's need. The Cummins engine is simple - but complex at the same time.
Paul Wilson and Scott Henricks return with Episode 2. Paul interviews Tim Slater, president of Centurion Fleet Services, Incorporated of Hampshire, Illinois. Tim knows just about everything there is to know about the Powerstroke, starting with the 6.0 to the 7.3 and now the 6.7. Tim explains how each engine has its pros and cons, usually related to emission controls added through the years. If you enjoy listening to people talk about engines - you will dig this podcast. Tim knows his stuff and it is fascinating to hear all he knows explained with passion and insight thanks to years of experience.
The Diesel Performance Podcast kicks off with Episode 1 with hosts Paul Wilson and Scott Henricks introducing the podcast and why it exists - to feed the passion and interest of diesel enthusiasts, no matter the badge! The conversation will range across all brands with a focus on Duramax, Cummins and Powerstroke. But don't be surprised if the talk turns to Volkswagen, Mercedes, John Deere, or even Detroit Diesel - it's that kind of diesel podcast. You will hear a lot about how the diesel engine performs and what modifications yield the best results for whatever use, whether motorsports, like sled pulling and drag racing to everyday driving. The podcast will also include plenty of humor - it's that kind of podcast, too!
Episode 1 features an informal conversation with Duramaxtuner.COM's Nick Priegnitz talking about his favorite topic, the Duramax engine. Nick knows more about the engine and its performance capacity and potential than anyone else. The conversation spans the entire list of engine types - LB7, LLY, LBZ and LML - describing the pros and cons of each engine build and the differences between them. Questions about the best type of Duramax to buy for a newbie comes up along with the necessary modifications to achieve specific horsepower levels.