Engine & Performance
Wheels & Tires
1994 was the start of a new era in diesels. No longer were diesels only used for towing a fifth wheel or hauling a load of hay, they could be used for a hot rod of sorts, or for running the quarter mile. This new advent in diesels came with the release of the 1994 Dodge Ram sporting a 12 valve Cummins. This P7100 powered truck could be mechanically tuned to offer significant gains in horsepower and torque. In model year 1998.5, Dodge introduced the VP44 powered Cummins 24 valve sporting a similar power plant to the 12 valve, but with more electronic components. This engine did not have quite the versatility in mechanical performance, but has the ability to be tuned easily through simple programmers and chips. We at Diesel Power Products have the ability to custom tune your 12 valve with different BD fuel plates, Industrial Injection P7100 pumps, or about anything else you could think of.
And for those of you with a 24 valve, we can help you determine which programmers or chips, such as Edge Juice with Attitude or Smarty, stack best together. Then compliment that with a BD Super B turbo or maybe a set of Industrial Injection injectors for a truck that will give any of the newer diesels a run for their money. Even if you simply need a Diamond Eye four inch exhaust or an AFE intake, we will help you to tune your truck to your liking.
Many products in this section will work on all 1994-02 trucks. However, some are designated for 94-98 12 valves while others are designated for 98.5-02 24 valves.
If you're having trouble determining what's best for you, then give us a call. That's what we're here for...we love this stuff!
- 12 valve years covered in this section 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998
- 24 valve years covered in this section 1998.5, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002