Top 5 Tips for Protecting Your Diesel

If you love your diesel pickup as much as I love mine, then you know what it takes to make it look good, run good and sound good. It’s no task for the weary or lazy, however.

How to Test Engine Compression

Engine compression = engine power. A simple equation even we non-engineers can understand. Compression refers to the pressure your engine generates inside the cylinders while it’s running. How much pressure the engine produces and how well it converts that pressure into usable work influence your engine’s efficiency and power. How it all works and how

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How to Increase Torque in a Diesel Engine

Torque – the end game for every diesel enthusiast I bet if I asked six different people how much torque is enough, maybe, just maybe, two of them would agree that stock is enough. I would be in the group of four devising ways to build more torque. But, then again, I’m the guy who can’t leave

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5 People Who Need to Become AMSOIL Preferred Customers

So you love to rave about how AMSOIL synthetic lubricants boost your mpg, or how many miles you’ve gone with your 1992 Taurus, but if you’re not an AMSOIL Preferred Customer (P.C.) and you regularly buy AMSOIL products, you ain’t doing it right.

What’s the Difference Between Horsepower and Torque?

AMSOIL synthetic motor oil

Rather than offer a technical explanation few people will understand, let’s talk about what torque and horsepower feel like.

Do You Know What You’re Getting from the Diesel Pump?

Up here in northern Minnesota, we’re getting on to the frigid season. The season where we can no longer run around outside without clothes capable of temps well below -20ºF

Better Diesel Protection with New Line of AMSOIL Diesel Oils

If you care at all about diesel vehicles, and chances are you do considering you’re reading this, you know the industry has undergone a recent change.

More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Motor Oil Additives

It’s been a long, long time since motor oil was “just oil.” In the 1930s, someone decided to begin putting wax modifiers in the oil to address the problem of wax residue after the refining process. Thus was born the motor oil additive market. Today, motor oils, whether petroleum or synthetic, contain a variety of

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Turbocharger vs Supercharger: What’s the Difference?

An engine is nothing more than an air pump. The more air it ingests, the more fuel it can burn. And more fuel equals more power.

Diesel Fuel Winter Additives

Cold Weather Diesel

Winter temperatures can lead to power loss in diesel engines, which can be frustrating and potentially dangerous. Diesel fuel treatments provide an additional level of security against these problems and can restore performance and ensure filters do not clog.