Archive for December 11th, 2007

CFM+ Putting The CFM Plus To The Test

December 11, 2007

So the good people at CFM+ wanted us to take a look and tell them what we think of their new Cummins performance intake manifold.  We have been pretty excited to get this beast on our 05 Cummins project vehicle but have been waiting for the 3 hole tapped CFM+ drilled and tapped version to be released.  Now that it is, we have one in hand and should have it installed and being tested within the week so keep posted.  For those of you not familiar with CFM Plus’ intake manifolds, they differ from other cummins performance intake manifold in a couple of different ways.  First, they are made of composite material instead of cast aluminium which helps greatly for keeping tempratures down and second, instead of just going for a larger diameter like you see on the ATS Arcflow and the Banks setup they went with a better design that allowed them to flow more air and get the studs out of the way.

Let us know if you have any questions and be sure to visit Parley’s Diesel Performance for all your diesel performance part needs.

Here are some pictures:

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What Makes The Aero Exhaust Tick?

December 11, 2007

A lot of people are wondering what makes the Aero Turbine Muffler so special and what sets it apart from other performance mufflers on the market.  Aero Exhaust was good enough to provide this cutout so that we could show our clients what the internals of these revolutionary mufflers look like.

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The Aero Turbine Muffler is based on jet engine and thermaldynamic technology. The incoming exhaust airstream is rapidly expanded and split via an airfoil cone with an orifice similar to a jet engine. The outer airstream accelerates as it recombines with the inner airstream. The air then begins to spin, due to the velocity and air transfers. The recombining of the airstreams creates a vacuum that both muffles the exhaust sound and increases the exhaust flow. This allows your engine to breath easier and dramatically increases your vehicles performance and economy.

Shop Parley’s Diesel Performance for all your diesel exhaust upgrade needs.

John Deere Tractor Performance Chip

December 11, 2007

So what is a guy to do when he has put a diesel performance chip on all his daily drivers? Start chipping his equipment with the aid of TS Performance Agri-Power Series of course. TS Performance offers a wide selection of awesome power enhancers for tractors from John Deere, Case, Catepillar and more that will help increase your economy and performance between 20-30%. If you are wondering if TS has a diesel performance chip for your application, just take a look at this list to see all of the makes that TS Performance makes chips for.

  • 02-05 20 Series 8.1L JD
  • 06 30 Series 9.0L JD
  • 06-07 Sisu Common Rail Tier III
  • 06-07 Sisu Common Rail Tier III
  • 02-05 8.3 w/CAPS Fuel System
  • 06-07 8.3, 5.9, 6.7 Comm Rail
  • 06-07 Common Rail
  • 8.3 Common Rail
  • 7.4 & 8.4 Common Rail
  • 8.3L CAPS Fuel System CASE
  • 8.3L & 9.0L Common Rail CASE
  • 06-07 7.4, 8.4 Common Rail
  • 9.0L CAT Challenger Tractor

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Also, be sure to check out the TS Performance Chips for Medium Duty and RV Performance applications by visiting Parley’s Diesel Performance.


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