Featured Diesel Tech
An in-depth analysis of the inner workings of the HEUI injection system, which can be found on 6.0L and 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engines. Learn how the HEUI system uses pressurized engine oil to create injection pressures far greater than a typical mechanical injector pump setup.
Learn how the modern common rail injection system works, why its injection pressures are far greater, and its injection control far superior to alternative injection systems.
A look inside of a a Piezo injector and why it offers modern common rail injection systems the opportunity to realize multiple injection events per combustion cycle.
Can you supercharge your diesel? In fact, you can. Supercharger kits for common diesel engines play on supercharging's inherent advantage in an effort to suppress the primary downfall of turbocharging alone, lag.
How biodiesel is made and whether or not biodiesel is right for you. Learn about blending biodiesel with conventional petroleum based diesel fuel in addition to possible problems associated with biodiesel's lower energy content and lubricity characteristics.
Having trouble making heads or tails of your tire size? Does converting tire sizes make your head spin? Do you just want to know the true height and width of your tire in inches? Fear not, this simple converter will convert all metric tire sizes and types into more intuitive inch sizes.
For far too long the differences between horsepower and torque have been debated when in fact the relationship between the two of more importance. Learn about horsepower and torque, how they differ, and how they relate to your engine's performance characteristics.
Descriptions and properties of common diesel fuel types and grades, including off-road diesel, #2 diesel, #1 diesel, and winterized diesel fuel blends.
Considerations regarding proper warm up and cool down procedures for diesel engines, in addition to our own recommendations.
Understanding the differences between indirect injection and direct injection diesel engines (IDI and DI).
Your heavy duty Ram, GM, or Ford pickup is actually in the light duty category as far as your local DMV is concerned. See how trucks of all sizes are classified in the United States.