The Executioner engine from D&J Precision Machine is quite possibly the nastiest Cummins-based diesel engine on the planet, and we’ve got the inside details on its development.
The world’s quickest diesel title currently belongs to the boys from Firepunk Diesel; they continue to set the standard when it comes to diesel dragstrip performance. Their recent record-setting effort is only the beginning.
There’s nothing like dropping the hammer on a big-power diesel truck, and after the first time Steve Driscoll did so, the seed was planted for the 12-Valve Terror.
Now in its third year, the Ultimate Callout Challenge has transformed into an event that showcases the best diesels have to offer in the form of drag racing, competition dyno testing, and sled pulling. We’ll give you UCC’s top 10 of 2018, along with the top 3 qualifiers for next year.
The event is the Ultimate Callout Challenge. The reason for the event is to find out who owns the nastiest diesel-powered truck in the country. This torture test of man and machine truly fleshes out the best of the best.
From an inauspicious boyhood working his fingers to the bone on the family farm, to today’s career as the proprietor of Firepunk Diesel, Lavon Miller knows one thing – to outwork everyone else to achieve his goals. Want to learn more about this dynamic racer and business owner – and his incredible truck? Now’s your chance!
The TS Performance crew brought in diesel drag racing stars from all over the country to compete in the Outlaw Diesel Super Series Drag event at Beech Bend Raceway in Kentucky. Despite unfriendly weather conditions, the racing action was hot and heavy.
Bragging rights were at stake last week as the diesel performance world’s most insane trucks assembled in Salt Lake City for the Ultimate Callout Challenge. When the smoke cleared, Firepunk Diesel’s Lavon Miller answered the bell with stout results in each of the Challenge’s three events to take the win. More inside!