The new BladeRunner EGR delete intake manifold for the ’07½ to ’11 Dodge Cummins 6.7L from AFE uses a unique MDV (multiple-directional vane) technology to guide the air through the manifold, maximizing airflow. Constructed out of cast A356-T6 aluminum, this manifold uses a proprietary internal bolt design to help increase the flow and provide a solid seal that’s void of leaks and deformities. This manifold comes with five port locations for nitrous injections, gauges, and other accessories used by hard-core enthusiasts. In recent testing, the BladeRunner intake manifold out-flowed the factory intake by 90 percent. This is a race-only product used solely for competition.
Fuelab’s new electronic fuel pressure regulator uses a microprocessor in its base and operates in conjunction with the company’s Prodigy fuel pumps, communicating automatically with the variable speed pump. It’s devised for street-strip and drag race applications, generating up to 1,800 hp. The pump responds instantly to fluctuating fuel flow demands and decreases current draw when in reduced speed mode, suppressing heat and potential vapor lock troubles in the fuel system.
Boost Throttle Response
Airaid Filter Company says it has figured out the secret to improved throttle response in the Duramax diesel engine while also gaining more horsepower and torque. Airaid’s latest MXP series cold-air intake system for the LLY and LB7 Duramax directs air directly to an Airaid premium filter, the heart of the system. The computer-designed system seals against the hood to ensure cool, outside air is fed to the intake through the massive air inlets.
Purpose-Built Diesel Oil
Champion Brands is introducing a new, purpose-built diesel engine oil designed specifically to meet the demands of diesel competition builders and enthusiasts of turbo and supercharged pre-’07 diesel engines.