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Add-On Device Boosts Cummins 5.9L Performance
You can boost throttle response, horsepower, torque and fuel economy in 1998 to 2007 Cummins 5.9L engines with the Heater Grid Delete Kit from Toxic Diesel. The kit is a non-restrictive replacement for factory-installed heater grids designed for cold weather starts.
  “Our customers are guys who are more into performance and want to get more air into their motors,” says Fabian Ortiz, Toxic Diesel. “It’s for guys who don’t want to spend thousands of dollars for more airflow with air ram kits. It works phenomenally for the price.”
  Toxic Diesel’s kit installs in 30 min. or less. Just remove the OEM heater grid below the intake elbow. The kit is a direct bolt-up part. No cutting or modifications are needed.
  “The kit is designed for easy removal and, if needed, replacement of the OEM heater grid,” says Ortiz. “Any time the temperature drops below 20°, we recommend putting the heater grid back on."
  The Heater Grid Delete Kit is pre-drilled and tapped with two 1/8-in. ports for installing injection or monitoring systems, including water, nitrous, propane or boost gauges.
  The kit is available from local distributors or can be ordered from the company website. Distributor list price is $96.33, but the internet price is $83.49. Ortiz says FARM SHOW readers ordering from the website can get 10 percent off the list price by mentioning this article.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Toxic Diesel, 1478 South 270 East #1A, Saint George, Utah 84790 (ph 435 628-5544; sales@toxicdiesel.com; www.toxicdiesel.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #1