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Diesel Performance Podcast

The Diesel Performance Podcast is a conversation, debate, and everything else about the three main domestic diesel engines: Duramax, Powerstroke, and Cummins. Hosts Paul Wilson and Chris Ehmke cover topics every diesel owner needs to know - from engine maintenance and engine performance to modifications that enhance performance. If you love diesel engines and light duty pickup trucks - you've found the perfect podcast.
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Aug 26, 2017

Nick Priegnitz - owner of three very popular conversions - the Duraburb, '85 Scottsdale LB7, and the ApacheMAX - joins the podcast to talk about each build. Nick says conversions require plenty of passion in order to be successful. Otherwise, you can get frustrated quickly and find they can be overwhelming because of all the unique challenges involved. Of all the conversion projects, the ApacheMAX offered the greatest frustration and challenge - but turned out to be one of the more popular trucks around. The same is true for the Duraburb and Scottsdale. Both trucks garner all kinds of attention when they're posted on social media or seen in public. If you love conversions - this is the podcast you need to hear! 

This Week's Sponsors:

Wehrli Custom Fab
WCFAB.COM

Exergy Performance
Exergyperformance.com

Aug 22, 2017

Eric Swanson joins the podcast to explain why Duraburbs are so cool. 

Aug 18, 2017

One of the more popular diesel conversions around is the Duraburb. A Suburban, Tahoe, or Escalade with a Duramax engine. Duraburb is a Florida company started a decade ago when someone wondered out loud why no manufacturers made a diesel SUV. Company founder-owner Eric Swanson decided to try and the rest is history. In those 10 years, Duraburb has done 300 conversions for mostly affluent clientele. Duraburbs look just like they rolled off the manufacturer's assembly line - every switch, light, and gauge - just like the OEM built the truck. 

In this episode, Eric explains to Paul and Chris why Duraburb exists and is so popular. 

This week's sponsors:

Wherli Custom Fabrication

WCFAB.com

Exergy

http://www.exergyperformance.com/dealers.html

 

Aug 11, 2017

The 1970 Chevy C-10 looks the part - rust mixed with a turquoise green, regular cab. Under the hood and on the ground is a different story. The old Chevy sits on an '06 LBZ frame and the engine bay holds a compound set-up pushing 750 HP to the ground. The truck belongs to WCFAB's Ryan Werhli, manager of the shop's fab department. Ryan started the project two years ago after he found the original '70 Chevy truck on Craigslist. Since then the project has appeared on a magazine cover and just about everywhere else as an incredible conversion. Ryan tells the story to Paul and Chris in this episode of the Diesel Performance Podcast. 

 

This week's sponsors:

Wherli Custom Fabrication

WCFAB.com

Exergy

http://www.exergyperformance.com/dealers.html

Aug 4, 2017

Conversion Month continues on the podcast with a conversation with Sean Patterson of Diesel Conversion Specialists. The company offers the harnesses and other components to install Cummins mechanical and common rail diesel engines into Fords and GM trucks. This is an interesting segment of the aftermarket because it continues to grow as more and more owners convert their trucks into dependable, mileage friendly and reliable vehicles. So what's the most popular project for Diesel Conversion Specialists? Paul and Chris find out. 

 

This week's sponsors:

Wherli Custom Fabrication

WCFAB.com

Exergy

http://www.exergyperformance.com/dealers.html

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