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  • 08 Nov 2017
    If you’ve been searching for a reliable source for performance parts, you’re in for a pleasant surprise when you visit RPM outlet. There you’ll find the items you need for more than a dozen specific diesel vehicles, including Chevy/GMC Duramax, Dodge Cummins/Ecodiesel, and Ford Power Stroke. The list includes accessories and add-ons and body packages, as well as cold-air intakes, dyno-tuned packages, fuel injectors and pumps, nitrous systems, transmission upgrades, transmission torque converters, and more.   Before getting into the details of modifications for your vehicle, you might be interested in a very brief description of the technology used to produce the engine. You may know about some of the advantages of choosing this engine, or you wouldn’t be trying to get even better performance from your truck. But the specific uses and advantages are remarkable.   Make it Better? Even with all the advantages delivered by using this engine technology, it’s possible to make things better. A visit to RPM Outlet will show you just how many choices you have when it comes to diesel performance parts. Look for the specific manufacturer so you can go directly to the inventory for the model you need.   Almost everyone wants to get more power, no matter what type of fuel they’re using. You could try some of the special fuel additives offered by various manufacturers, but that’s another subject altogether. Before you make this your first choice, talk to a professional mechanic and discuss the many options for improvement available from your RPM outlet. One way some truck owners gain horsepower is by installing different fuel injectors. The difference is with the hole pattern that gives you precise fuel spray at the optimum level.   It’s also possible to get more power with a turbocharger and by “tweaking” the exhaust system. Post-combustion modifications can make a difference, because the engine expels more exhaust-gas volume. This can have an effect on engine temperature, so you can make other modifications to increase horsepower. A combination of pre-combustion and post-combustion changes may give you the results you’re looking for.   Among the many, often confusing, methods for improving diesel performance there are a few you should consider first. The first, already mentioned, would be an increase in the size of your exhaust pipes. Most manufacturers provide stock, small-diameter pipes with several bends and turns that may cause power-grabbing restrictions. Go with something at 3.5 inches up to 5 inches, as straight as possible, to get rid of exhaust gases efficiently.   How About RPM outlet? A computer-calibration module can be a very effective way to bring out the potential of your truck. As one observer of the performance parts industry noted, these units basically write new rules for your truck to play by. The computer programmers might, for example, be a touch-screen tuner or a sensitivity booster. The first of these, the tuner, delivers ten power levels, improves your mileage numbers, and can increase horsepower.   You’ll have access to Internet updates as well. But, before you invest in this method of improvement, you should understand some units are not allowed in California. A tuner may not support removal of emissions equipment.   With this in mind, you might also consider a sensitivity booster. As an example, the product designed for use on the 2008-2015 Dodge Ram, the 2007-2012 Dodge Dakota, and some 2007 Dodge Ram engines, has a push-button switch to adjust by 50% or 100%. Make sure you have the install instructions and software to walk you through the process. Some units also have a tool to help you read/clear diagnostic codes.   One more modification you should consider is improving the flow of intake air. Stock intakes may restrict the flow, with placement on the fender or near the radiator so the manufacturer can meet noise and induction standards. The element in the filter can also be a second restriction. You can work with your RPM outlet to purchase a new cold-air intake, manifold and/or elbows to significantly improve intake performance.   This change alone will give you improved air/fuel ratio, and will help your engine run more efficiently. The result should be increased torque and horsepower. For the diesel-truck enthusiast, this is a simple upgrade that you’ll notice immediately. Your mileage should improve slightly and you’ll feel improved response from the throttle as well.   Gauges? You may not be thinking about this as a performance modification, but there are some good reasons for making this addition. Most diesel performance parts have a direct effect on horsepower, torque, and efficiency, but they also place more demand on the vehicle. You can use quality gauges to follow the performance of various systems on the truck, and could allow you to take steps to keep small issues from becoming big problems.   One of the key factors you should track accurately and carefully is temperature of exhaust gas. The gauge you use for this is generally referred to as a pyrometer. You’ll be able to keep track of that temperature, receiving an alert if something's not right. If you haven’t used this type of gauge before, talk with a representative about the best way to install the probe for accurate readings.   You may also want to give serious thought to using a boost gauge, which tracks the performance of your turbocharger. The best of these will help you find the boost-setting that’s best for your vehicle, so you can match it to engine specs. If you’re like a lot of truck enthusiasts, you probably haven’t used a temperature gauge to monitor conditions in the transmission. This might seem to be an “extra” but keep in mind the transmission of any vehicle is one of the hardest-working, intricate systems on the truck.   There’s More to RPM outlet You may also want to take a more involved step toward improved performance by making transmission modifications. Remember, the stock transmission if designed for handling the power and performance of your truck as it comes from the factory. If you make some of the modifications already mentioned, you will probably put more stress on the transmission, which is often left behind during the upgrade process.   You could choose to upgrade to a new, stronger tranny. But you might want to start with a transmission torque converter, which will lower your stall range, increase acceleration, and significantly lower temperature of the transmission fluid. In general terms, a torque converter upgrade can prevent slippage, and will help this part of your truck withstand heat. You will also gain in clutch-holding power.   It’s the goal of RPM Outlet to give every customer complete satisfaction, a focus that results in very few problems with wrong performace parts or shipping damage. If you experience a problem, don’t hesitate to call immediately, so a member of the team can do everything possible to address your issue and resolve it to your satisfaction. Your order will be assigned an RPM outlet that allows the company to follow the issue from start to finish.   You can also be assured these experts will review and address every customer-satisfaction issue so they can avoid similar problems in the future. If you’re looking for quality performance parts and unmatched customer service, this is your source. Visit the website today.  
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  • If you’ve been searching for a reliable source for performance parts, you’re in for a pleasant surprise when you visit RPM outlet. There you’ll find the items you need for more than a dozen specific diesel vehicles, including Chevy/GMC Duramax, Dodge Cummins/Ecodiesel, and Ford Power Stroke. The list includes accessories and add-ons and body packages, as well as cold-air intakes, dyno-tuned packages, fuel injectors and pumps, nitrous systems, transmission upgrades, transmission torque converters, and more.   Before getting into the details of modifications for your vehicle, you might be interested in a very brief description of the technology used to produce the engine. You may know about some of the advantages of choosing this engine, or you wouldn’t be trying to get even better performance from your truck. But the specific uses and advantages are remarkable.   Make it Better? Even with all the advantages delivered by using this engine technology, it’s possible to make things better. A visit to RPM Outlet will show you just how many choices you have when it comes to diesel performance parts. Look for the specific manufacturer so you can go directly to the inventory for the model you need.   Almost everyone wants to get more power, no matter what type of fuel they’re using. You could try some of the special fuel additives offered by various manufacturers, but that’s another subject altogether. Before you make this your first choice, talk to a professional mechanic and discuss the many options for improvement available from your RPM outlet. One way some truck owners gain horsepower is by installing different fuel injectors. The difference is with the hole pattern that gives you precise fuel spray at the optimum level.   It’s also possible to get more power with a turbocharger and by “tweaking” the exhaust system. Post-combustion modifications can make a difference, because the engine expels more exhaust-gas volume. This can have an effect on engine temperature, so you can make other modifications to increase horsepower. A combination of pre-combustion and post-combustion changes may give you the results you’re looking for.   Among the many, often confusing, methods for improving diesel performance there are a few you should consider first. The first, already mentioned, would be an increase in the size of your exhaust pipes. Most manufacturers provide stock, small-diameter pipes with several bends and turns that may cause power-grabbing restrictions. Go with something at 3.5 inches up to 5 inches, as straight as possible, to get rid of exhaust gases efficiently.   How About RPM outlet? A computer-calibration module can be a very effective way to bring out the potential of your truck. As one observer of the performance parts industry noted, these units basically write new rules for your truck to play by. The computer programmers might, for example, be a touch-screen tuner or a sensitivity booster. The first of these, the tuner, delivers ten power levels, improves your mileage numbers, and can increase horsepower.   You’ll have access to Internet updates as well. But, before you invest in this method of improvement, you should understand some units are not allowed in California. A tuner may not support removal of emissions equipment.   With this in mind, you might also consider a sensitivity booster. As an example, the product designed for use on the 2008-2015 Dodge Ram, the 2007-2012 Dodge Dakota, and some 2007 Dodge Ram engines, has a push-button switch to adjust by 50% or 100%. Make sure you have the install instructions and software to walk you through the process. Some units also have a tool to help you read/clear diagnostic codes.   One more modification you should consider is improving the flow of intake air. Stock intakes may restrict the flow, with placement on the fender or near the radiator so the manufacturer can meet noise and induction standards. The element in the filter can also be a second restriction. You can work with your RPM outlet to purchase a new cold-air intake, manifold and/or elbows to significantly improve intake performance.   This change alone will give you improved air/fuel ratio, and will help your engine run more efficiently. The result should be increased torque and horsepower. For the diesel-truck enthusiast, this is a simple upgrade that you’ll notice immediately. Your mileage should improve slightly and you’ll feel improved response from the throttle as well.   Gauges? You may not be thinking about this as a performance modification, but there are some good reasons for making this addition. Most diesel performance parts have a direct effect on horsepower, torque, and efficiency, but they also place more demand on the vehicle. You can use quality gauges to follow the performance of various systems on the truck, and could allow you to take steps to keep small issues from becoming big problems.   One of the key factors you should track accurately and carefully is temperature of exhaust gas. The gauge you use for this is generally referred to as a pyrometer. You’ll be able to keep track of that temperature, receiving an alert if something's not right. If you haven’t used this type of gauge before, talk with a representative about the best way to install the probe for accurate readings.   You may also want to give serious thought to using a boost gauge, which tracks the performance of your turbocharger. The best of these will help you find the boost-setting that’s best for your vehicle, so you can match it to engine specs. If you’re like a lot of truck enthusiasts, you probably haven’t used a temperature gauge to monitor conditions in the transmission. This might seem to be an “extra” but keep in mind the transmission of any vehicle is one of the hardest-working, intricate systems on the truck.   There’s More to RPM outlet You may also want to take a more involved step toward improved performance by making transmission modifications. Remember, the stock transmission if designed for handling the power and performance of your truck as it comes from the factory. If you make some of the modifications already mentioned, you will probably put more stress on the transmission, which is often left behind during the upgrade process.   You could choose to upgrade to a new, stronger tranny. But you might want to start with a transmission torque converter, which will lower your stall range, increase acceleration, and significantly lower temperature of the transmission fluid. In general terms, a torque converter upgrade can prevent slippage, and will help this part of your truck withstand heat. You will also gain in clutch-holding power.   It’s the goal of RPM Outlet to give every customer complete satisfaction, a focus that results in very few problems with wrong performace parts or shipping damage. If you experience a problem, don’t hesitate to call immediately, so a member of the team can do everything possible to address your issue and resolve it to your satisfaction. Your order will be assigned an RPM outlet that allows the company to follow the issue from start to finish.   You can also be assured these experts will review and address every customer-satisfaction issue so they can avoid similar problems in the future. If you’re looking for quality performance parts and unmatched customer service, this is your source. Visit the website today.  
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