The lift pump is probably one of the most important bolt-ons you can get for your diesel truck. Lift pumps help the CP3 maintain fuel pressure, remove impurities, and seem to add life to the high-pressure side of the fuel system. The manufacturers say lift pumps improve mileage through anecdotal claims, mostly. So what are the other benefits of lift pumps? Hosts Danny Voss and Chris Ehmke talk in great detail about the lift pump and explain why it should be your first bolt-on. They talk about the two top manufacturers - Air Dog and Fass - and explain the important of filling out and sending in the damn warranty card.
Diesel Power Magazine editor KJ Jones visits the podcast where he explains everything you ever wanted to know about the Diesel Power Challenge. KJ also explains what you need to know to be considered for the challenge.
The Diesel Performance Podcast returns with a new budget build episode. The budget is $30,000.00 with the objective to hit 750 RWHP. Nick Priegnitz of Calibrated Power tackles an '06 LBZ Duramax; Tim Slatter of Centurion Fleet Services builds a Powerstroke 6.0, and Danny Voss of builds a '06 Cummins. In the end, Paul Wilson picks a winner based on whether or not he would buy the vehicle once the build was complete. This is one of the rowdiest episodes yet - guaranteed to make you laugh and day dream about your own build project.
Calibrated Power's Chris Ehmke joins the podcast to talk to Caden Hess - a diesel tech with a well know heavy equipment company in his home state. Caden also runs a small, one bay shop near his home near Cadillac, Michigan. Caden and Chris talk about the diesel industry and how things have evolved over the years. While rolling coal was once really cool - it isn't now, according to Caden who consults with customers about staying away from mods that draw attention. Caden's girlfriend Meagan joins the conversation and explains how diesel parts and dating go together, if at all.
Thanks again Chris for jumping in to do a quick podcast...