MONSTER cummins turbo diesel 3500 spotted cruising near Dragg City

Spotted this beast of a truck sounding awesome going south on the freeway, a MONSTER Cummins turbo diesel 3500 dually cruising making some cool turbo sounds near Dragg City. BIG DIESEL POWER BLOG:

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Cummins Turbo Diesel catches fire 5-21-15
Spotted on the highway this morning, Dodge Ram, Cummins turbo Diesel truck hauling an empty trailer catches fire 5-21-15 at 7:15 A.M. in the north bound lane of highway I-71 near the Jeremiah Morrow bridge, the tallest bridge in the state of Ohio currently under construction by the Department of Transportation. The fire happened just outside of the main construction zone near Oregonia Ohio and no one was injured. I wasn't able to speak with the driver as the police shooed me off upon arrival, but it appeared to start in the engine bay area, possibly started by fuel or oil leaking onto the turbocharger, the transmission overheating and leaking onto the Exhaust, or an electrical issue of some kind. Speculation is welcomed in the comments below! If you like videos of cars catching fire, jumping trucks and cars off ramps and into ponds, car crashes and much more automotive carnage, make sure you check out my channel for new videos all the time: Want to check out more videos of cars on fire? Check this one out, another turbocharged machine catching fire and burning to the ground… 1995 Mustang Gt with full Saleen gear and wheels suffering from an engine fire: Want to see a video covering the construction of the new Jeremiah Morrow bridge, just a few hundred feet away from the truck on fire in this video:

Brett Deutsch shatters his own personal best and world class record of 8.62@161.25mph with a 8.55@161.67mph in his Triple turbo '05 Duramax diesel engine powered '69 Chevy C10 pickup at Byron Dragway's Diesel Truck Blackout Drag Day 11-1-15. In Brett's own words...My grandpa gave me the truck when I was 15 years old. My dad (Don) and I took the whole truck apart and sandblasted everything. We did all the body work that needed to be done and my dad painted it for me. That was 16 years ago and the truck still has the same paint job on it. We put a tune port fuel injected motor in the truck when I first got the truck. I spent the next ten years putting different sbc engines in it. The last gas engine I had in the truck was a supercharged fuel injected 383 stoker motor. I had always wanted to install a diesel in the truck because that's what I do for a living. I'm a diesel mechanic. So in 2009 I found a Workhorse bus that was a rolling chassis with the Duramax engine and Allison transmission in it. I bought the bus and started fitting everything into my truck. We got the truck running in 2010 and added a Danville Performance ( DP) VGT 68mm turbo and DP EfiLive tuning. The truck ran and drove great. I was able to run a 11.0 in the 1/4mile. Over the winter of 2011 I made a twin turbo system for the truck. Still with the stock engine I was able to run a 10.6 in the 1/4 mile. Later that year I ended up bending all 8 connecting rods. In 2012 I went to DP and we built a new motor using better connecting rod and pistons. I was able to run a best of 9.4 in the 1/4 mile. In 2013 we added a little more power to the engine and was able to run a 9.2. At the end of the season in 2013 we decided we wanted to start racing in the ProStreet class for the NHRDA. So we built a new motor and had HSP Diesel fab up a triple turbo kit for the truck. The engine has Wagler Competition cylinder heads, Bullseye Power turbochargers, Danville Performance built motor and a Rossler turbo 400 transmission with a Neal Chance Racing Converters torque converter. We only made it to a couple races this year but we qualified to race at the world finals for the NHRDA in Ennis TX. We ended up winning the World Finals and setting a new prostreet world record with a 8.810 @ 158mph. The best part of this truck is I still drive it on the street and it even has A/C. Thanks to my Wife and kids Parents Danville Performance HSP Diesel Wagler Competition Bullseye Power turbochargers Neal Chance Racing Converters Rossler Transmission FlexiCorps Racing Air Dog Pumps Deutsch's Truck Repair

Gasoline Vs Diesel - 4 Major Differences
Gasoline Vs Diesel - 4 Major Differences. What's the difference between gasoline and diesel engines? Gasoline engines attempt to keep the compression ratio so that the air-fuel mixture does not rise above the self-ignition temperature. Diesel engines on the other hand use higher compression ratios, leading to more torque and better fuel economy. Diesel engines typically do not have throttles, and they have much larger operating air-fuel ratios. How each of these systems perform engine braking is also very different, especially the "jake brake" used by larger diesel engines. Air-Fuel Ratios - Putting Gas In A Diesel - And don't forget to check out my other pages below! Facebook: Official Website: Twitter: Instagram: Car Throttle: EE Extra: To help create more videos, check out my Patreon page! NEW VIDEO EVERY WEDNESDAY!

Be sure to SIGN UP on CarbonTV to see all the latest material from Diesel Nation! Click HERE ►►► The "Top Diesel" class at the NHRDA World Finals is the absolute fastest and most powerful diesel powered racecars on Earth! These guys show up prepared to never lift until they cross the finish line...typically at over 200MPH. Take a look as a diesel Funny Car and two Top Fuel diesel powered rail dragsters fight for a 1st place finish. When the Boost is upwards of 200lbs, you know it's going to be a HUGE smokeshow in pursuit of the win! NHRDA World Finals in Ennis, TX - 10/3/15 For more information, check out Be sure to check out NHRDA on Facebook at: 311757?fref=ts Follow our Diesel Nation Facebook page LET THE COAL ROLL for the coolest diesel rigs on the net! Click HERE►►► For ALL the Triple-X Diesel Nation content in ONE location, check out our awesome new website! Click HERE►►► If you're an IG junky, check out all things Triple-X Motorsports related on our Instagram page! Click HERE►►►