2nd Gen Cummins

2nd Gen Cummins Performance Products

Revitalize your trusty 2nd Gen Cummins rig with our precision-engineered performance enhancements. From exhaust manifolds to Compound Turbos, our parts are battle-tested for rugged reliability. Get ready to leave competitors in the dust and experience diesel supremacy like never before!

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What Is a 2nd Gen Cummins?

The 2nd Generation Cummins refers to a legendary lineage of diesel-powered workhorses. Born in the late '90s, these trucks boast rugged frames, robust engines, and an unmistakable presence on the road. Here’s what defines a 2nd Gen Cummins:

  • Heart of Steel: Under the hood, you’ll find the iconic 5.9-liter inline-six Cummins engine—a torque monster that thrives on hard work. These engines are known for their reliability, longevity, and that satisfying diesel growl.
  • Body Built Tough: The 2nd Gen Cummins trucks come in various body styles—regular cabs, extended cabs, and crew cabs. Whether you’re hauling lumber or towing a trailer, these rigs handle it with ease.
  • Timeless Aesthetics: The square-jawed design, classic grille, and bold stance give 2nd Gen Cummins trucks an enduring appeal. They’re not just vehicles; they’re a statement of rugged elegance.

Why Opt for Aftermarket Upgrades?

So, why should you consider enhancing your 2nd Gen Cummins with aftermarket parts? Here are compelling reasons:

  1. Power Boost: Unlock hidden horsepower and torque. Upgraded turbos, compound turbos, and performance manifolds take your truck from strong to Herculean.
  2. Fuel Efficiency: Our turbochargers, lead to better fuel economy. Say goodbye to frequent pit stops at the pump.
  3. Durability: Aftermarket components are built to withstand the toughest conditions. Whether you’re off-roading or hauling heavy loads, these upgrades won’t flinch.
  4. Customization: Tailor your truck to your preferences. Our aftermarket parts let you create a personalized beast.
  5. Soundtrack: Upgraded exhaust systems provide that spine-tingling rumble. Because who doesn’t want their Cummins to announce its arrival?