Eric Sempson goes into detail about how PPE's Duramax Twin turbo Kit makes 1,600 HP (1,200 to the ground). With over 40 pounds of Boost, it takes the quality and reliability of ARP fasteners to hold it all together - it's all they use.
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PPE Duramax Project Complete
I'm not a certified mechanic but I managed to pull this duramax apart and
put it back together. The good thing is everything works right! I am
using PPE level 3 right now it really knocks you back in the seat. The
shifts are really smooth and the truck seems less restrictive and more
balanced. I have to be careful because my transmission is still stock.
Jason Wehrli's tripple turbo triple cp3 Duramax
At 22 Jason has 1 hell of a truck,he bought it at 17 and has come a long
way,He has his own fab company called Wehrli customs.This truck is Dynoed at 1050 h.p. and will
make even better showings at the track in the future as this was his 1st
time down the 1/4.This video he blew the Intercooler boot but he did have a best
of 12.05 for the day.
DURAMAX DIESEL SAND RAIL
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The Merchant Auto Duramax Diesel Sand rail was rolling coal at the 2014
Griztek snow challenge. It has a 700hp Duramax and a powerglide
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1,600 Horsepower Duramax Diesel Kit from PPE
At ARP's Open House in June of 2010, PPE brought several of their show
motors, including this Twin turbo
Duramax diesel kit that utilizes a lot of ARP hardware. It makes 1,600 horsepower and PPE
only uses ARP fasteners to hold everything together. Eric Sempson of PPE
gives Chris Raschke from ARP an overview of this powerful engine package.
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ARP Fans Stopping by the 2009 SEMA Booth on Day 2
Robert Height, Hubie Fuh & Bryan Fuller
Hard core racers and car people always end up at the SEMA show and they
always stop by the ARP booth to see what's new. And they're always willing
to talk about how important ARP is to their program.
Special Presentation: How ARP Fasteners Are Made Video Series Part 1/3 V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - It's no secret that ARP manufactures the highest
quality hardware to assemble your engine, but we wanted to learn exactly
what makes ARP fasteners different from the original factory bolts. In
this 3-part video series, V8TV's Kelle Oeste takes an extensive tour of the
9-building ARP manufacturing complex in Southern California to learn all
about the technology and processes that make ARP bolts the fasteners of
choice in nearly every form of engine powered racing. The ARP crew also
gives us installation, torquing, and fastener selection tips of their all
USA made products.
Motorhead Garage at ARP
Sam and Dave from Motorhead Garage install head studs on a new Cummins 4BT
and tour the manufacturing facility to see how ARP makes its fasteners.