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AEM Cold Air Intake System for 1.9L VW Jetta & Golf TDI – Install Videos

May 2, 2012

In this two part installation video, we show you how to take the stock intake filter from your 1.9L VW Jetta or Golf TDI and replace it with an AEM Cold Air Intake.  Specifically, one that moves your intake filter out of the engine compartment and down into the wheel well, making it a true diesel cold air intake. Relocating the filter out of the stock location allows you to get cooler air inlet temperatures, and improved diesel performance is all about a better combustion event, achievable with a cooler, denser, more oxygen-rich air intake charge.

AEM diesel intakes come with DryFlow filters that are washable and reusable, and do not need to be oiled after cleanings, making them convenient to maintain.

One thing to be aware of though when moving the air filter down into the wheel well – if you drive through water deep enough to suck water in through the filter, you’ll destroy your engine.  To overcome this obstacle, the diesel intake engineers at AEM offer a bypass valve.  This bypass valve shuts down induction through the filter whenever the filter becomes submerged.  Intake air is rerouted instead through the external diaphragm of the bypass valve.

AEM Cold Air Intake Bypass Valve

We also recommend you add an AEM pre-filter to keep normal splashes of mud and water from saturating your intake filter.   The pre-filter is made of a durable micro-screen material and has been pre-treated with AEM’s proprietary hydrophobic process.  The combination of the pre-filter and the bypass valve gives you the protection you need.  Here’s a look at the pre-filter.

AEM Cold Air Intake Pre-Filter

Visit Parley’s Diesel Performance for all your VW TDI performance upgrades and diesel performance parts needs.

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Smarty Tuner in a Common Rail Cummins

April 20, 2012

Just a few quick notes and updates on Smarty Dodge diesel performance tuners.  Currently, tuning is available on the 6.7L Cummins Ram trucks up through model year 2011.  Smarty is currently working on tuning and is expected to release that tuning for the 2012 Ram 6.7L Cummins pickups in the next few months.  At this time the only Smarty tuner that includes tuning for the 2010 and 2011 6.7L Cummins is the Smarty Junior tuner.  The 2012 release is going to be on the Junior platform as well.

Many of our customers want only the best Dodge diesel upgrades, and for that reason want to know if the new Smarty SSR is the “best” tuner for them.  It is important to note that the Smarty SSR is for custom tuning only.  If you don’t have access to a dyno and the time and patience to properly tune your Cummins engine, you’re doing yourself a disservice by purchasing the SSR.  It does not come with any pre-loaded tunes – you have to build your own.  And if you don’t know what you’re doing, it can be pretty easy to damage your diesel engine.

Recently wholesale distributors of Smarty DPF Delete tuning products (specifically the S-67 PoD  and the J-67 Junior tuners) made the decision to no longer ship these tuners out for sale with the dpf delete tunes installed.  What this means is that if you’re looking to use your Smarty as a DPF Delete race tuner, you still can.  You will, however, have to download the files from Smarty’s website.  Here’s a link to the Smarty DPF Delete downloads.  The process is a bit computer intensive, so if you’re not pretty computer savvy, we recommend you find a buddy who is to help you out.

If you have questions about Cummins diesel performance or Smarty tuners,  visit us on our website or give us a call.  Visit Parley’s Diesel Performance for all your diesel performance parts needs.

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Aero Exhaust 2525XL Muffler Install Video: 2004 VW Jetta TDI

January 14, 2012

The Aero Exhaust Turbine Performance Muffler increases performance and fuel economy on your Volkswagen TDI.

Visit Parley’s Diesel Performance for all your diesel performance parts needs.

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AFE Stage 2 SI Cold Air Intake Install Video: 2008 Ford 6.4L Powerstroke

November 11, 2011

Parley’s Diesel Performance carries all the top brands of diesel intakes and diesel cold air filters like those from Advanced Flow Engineering, or AFE as they are commonly called.  Over the past few years AFE diesel intakes have become recognized as some of the best cold air intakes available.   Many AFE cold air intakes have an open or exposed filter element, but for certain vehicle applications AFE has designed an intake system with a fully enclosed filter.  A good example would be the sealed Ford diesel cold air intake for the 6.4L Powerstroke trucks built from 2008 through 2010.

AFE’s Stage 2 Si ( sealed intake) for the 6.4L Powerstroke shows signficant improvements in airflow and real power increases.  Dyno testing of the AFE Stage 2 Intake shows gains of 28 Horsepower and 54 ft. lbs. of Torque at 2000 RPM.  That’s a pretty significant increase in power to a truck that already makes big numbers from just adding a cold air intake system.  The increase in airflow is also improved by 41% over the stock airbox, pushing an additional 65 CFM (stock is about 160 CFM).

The AFE Stage 2 Si intakes also help maintain a factory appearance by utilizing a fully sealed commercial grade air box that replaces the entire OEM air box.  Part of what makes this particular Stage 2 Si unit so effective is the use of a built in ram-air scoop which forces more cold air into the filter area.  And last but not least, like with all true diesel performance intakes, adding a large, conical filter with pleated ridges increases the surface area of the filter, allowing for more air to be filtered more quickly.

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Diesel Power Digi CRBB Rail Pressure Box in a Common Rail Dodge 5.9L Cummins

September 28, 2011

Get improved diesel fuel economy and increase your horsepower and torque by up to 25% with the DieselPower Digi CRBB diesel performance module.  Sometimes called a rail pressure box, this module is one of the safest and easiest diesel performance parts to install.  It will work as an effective upgrade for improved Duramax diesel performance and Cummins diesel performance.

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Time + Money = One Sweet DMAX

October 11, 2007

What’s the best way to make a Duramax faster?  Put it in a car instead of a truck of course!  If you want all the dirty details on how this guy was able to squeeze a Duramax in this Grand National, you will want to check out this months issue of Diesel Power.  For us here at Parley’s Diesel Performance, we had to see it to believe it.  When we saw it on the internet a couple months ago, we thought it was a joke; but sure enough its legit, and one of the cleanest conversions around.  We tip our hats to David Morad for taking Duramax Performance to a whole new level.


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