Granted, the diesel V8 is surely the centerpiece of every build. Duramax Specialties performs with a few diverse iterations of GM’s modern-day 6.6L Duramax V8, delivering from 360 to 397 horsepower and enough torque to tow just about anything you can think about: up to 796 lb-ft in the LML. All conversions feature a litany of OEM components like the battery, A/C condenser, water pump, admirer clutch, thermostats, motor mounts, and a lot a lot more, alongside with a number of conventional upgrades – notably, a significant-move MBRP downpipe, four-inch Flo-Pro exhaust, and a modified driveshaft with model new U-joints.
As if that wasn’t enough, Duramax Specialties subjects the body and underside of every build to an acid bathtub and a repaint with POR 15, which is a major-high quality rust-avoidance coating. They also swap out the first shocks with stainless Bilstein 5100 models, and substitute the hub bearings, steering stabilizer, lower ball joints, tie rods, loafer, and pitman arm.