Written by administrator Monday, 23 May 2011 11:31
No other diesel manufacturer has perfected its engine the way Cummins has, be it for industrial power generation, off-highway mining vehicles, on-highway Class 8 trucks, or our favorite-pickup trucks. After all, the Cummins inline-six that's responsible for powering the Dodge Ram is the most celebrated diesel engine in our industry. Not only because of the B-series' performance potential, but also for its promise of long-term durability. Cummins has built more than 1.7 million 5.9L and 6.7L engines since 1989. Beginning in 1992, production of the 5.9L shifted to Cummins' Midrange Engine Plant (CMEP) in Columbus, Indiana, and this is where the 6.7L engines currently go together. The CMEP is a state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly plant that builds engines exclusively for Ram trucks. ---abstract from DIESEL POWER
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