Volume 1 Issue 1 - Diesel Articles

6.2L Diesel Rebuild - The Phoenix

Last August, the 6.2L Diesel 1972 GM Pickup dubbed "The Phoenix" debuted in our local car club’s “Show and Shine” – the culmination of 20 years of waiting, working and waiting some more as we built and rebuilt what is arguably the ultimate working pickup truck.


Volume 1 Issue 1 - Diesel Articles


Think that cooling fan is your friend? More likely, it is a sign that your engine oil is running too hot and driving up the temperature of your engine. Michael Patton takes us on the first part of a tour of the Duramax Engine Oil Cooler and its relationship to your engine's long-term health.


Volume 1 Issue 1 - Diesel Articles


Owners of the GM 6.5L buy their vehicles expecting the benefits of a powerful diesel truck: legendary towing and hauling along with excellent fuel economy — they expect big things from the 6.5. For most however, the 6.5 has fallen frustratingly short in the power – and reliability – department.


Driving on Biodiesel

Volume 1 Issue 1 - Diesel Articles

With fuel pump prices above $3.50 a gallon, nearly everybody has become interested in breaking America’s addiction to oil. While hybrids are gaining popularity and hydrogen-powered fuel cells sound like a cool, futuristic idea, millions of people could benefit, right now, by choosing to use biodiesel in the vehicles they are already driving.



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