Odon, IN – January 15th, 2019 – WAGLER COMPETITION PRODUCTS has launched its new Wagler Duramax Engine Shipping Stand to help avoid any damages that may occur on your engine during the shipping process.


All of the components, materials, and hardware needed to assemble the stand are included with each, and Wagler’s Duramax Engine Shipping Stand is compatible with all Duramax engines, including L5P engines.


The stands are designed specifically to be bolted to a wooden skid for easy of shipping. Shippers and receivers alike can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing their Duramax is safely secured and will not shift during the transit process. Additionally, the stands are uniquely configured so as to be easily assembled and disassembled, making transport of the stands themselves via freight shipper such as UPS or FedEx a breeze.


Wagler’s Duramax Engine Shipping Stand is also a great option for those looking to store their engines securely, without having to worry about failure from a traditional engine hoist.


Wagler Duramax Engine Shipping Stand Information:

  • Simple, bolt-together engine stand
  • Able to be disassembled and easily shipped UPS / FedEx
  • Designed to bolt to a wooden skid for shipping


Coming in at only $250.00 USD, the Wagler Competition Products’ Duramax Engine Shipping Stand offers a more secure, more protective way to ship or store your engine. This is another great product that proves Wagler Competition Products is the world leader in Duramax performance and shows the company’s commitment to excellence in all areas of performance innovation.


To order, or for more information, visit WaglerCompetition.com or call (812) 636-0391.


Las Vegas, NV – October 31, 2017 – WAGLER COMPETITION PRODUCTS, the innovators in performance diesel engine technology, and EZ LYNK, the frontrunners in vehicle diagnostics and control, teamed up to form Critical Mass Motorsports (CMM) with a mission to push the limits of diesel-powered drag racing.

The nucleus of Critical Mass Motorsports is the Wagler-powered EZ LYNK 1937 Chevy Coupe Pro Mod, which was unveiled at The SEMA Show in the Premier Performance Products Distribution booth (#21641). The screw-blown diesel Coupe (name pending fan submissions) will be used as a test bed for new product development for both parties, and it’s equipped with cutting edge technology from some of the biggest names in motorsports.

The heart of the beast is a new, lightweight version of the all-billet Wagler DX500 diesel engine, which is force-fed air from a massive PSI screw blower. Nitrous and water/methanol are on tap courtesy of Nitrous Express and Atomizer Fuel Systems, and both are electronically calibrated to the S&S Diesel Motorsport fuel system.

The DX500L internals consist of Ross pistons, Total Seal piston rings, Wagler aluminum connecting rods, Trend wrist pins and pushrods, Comp Cams roller cam, Wagler roller rockers, and it’s all held together by ARP fasteners. Additionally, a custom dry sump system delivers the JR1 Racing Oil life-blood to the DX500L.

The Wagler-powered CMM Coupe sits on top of fat Mickey Thompson slicks at the perfect height thanks to a Ridetech adjustable suspension system.

The CMM team’s primary focus for the 2018 racing season will be real-world research and development, in the form of 660- and 1,320-foot sprints. Look for this potent screw-blown, diesel-fueled couple and various gas and diesel drag racing events nation-wide.

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition – Event Recap & Results

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
The strongest, fastest, and best looking diesel trucks swarmed Southern Indiana for the third annual Wagler Diesel Competition in Elnora, IN on June 9-11, 2017. It was a fun, soot-filled weekend for diesel enthusiast from all walks of life. The Wagler Diesel Competition 2017 had plenty of action on tap, from sled-lugging torque monsters, to nitrous-huffing horsepower kings and alcohol-chugging pro mods racing against diesel-powered hot rods.

The performance diesel industry’s best manufacturers were on site to display their innovative technology and to offer helpful tips and tech support to the diesel community. Great food and good music was the final turn that locked the WDC 2017 in as great diesel event!

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
The manufacturer’s midway was the equivalent to a gearhead’s comic-con where grown men had a boyish gleam in their eye as they planned their ultimate truck build. Expert advice and cutting-edge technology was the topic of most conversations being had along vendor’s row.

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
The Show N Shine was the place to be for those who like to keep their trucks fresh and clean. There was an even mix of Chevy, Fords, and Dodges on display for spectators to ogle.

Friday Show N Shine Winners
• BEST OVERALL: Dusty Sullivan – 2014 Cummins
• BEST GM: Blaine Walker – 2003 Duramax
• BEST DODGE: Austin Myers – 2007.5 Cummins
• BEST FORD: Brent Jones – 1995 Power Stroke
Saturday Show N Shine Winners
• BEST OVERALL: Rich Strube – 2005 Duramax
• BEST GM: Rich Strube – 2013 Duramax
• BEST DODGE: Doug Bridges – 1948 Dodge
• BEST FORD: Dalton Gassaway – 2015 Power Stroke

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
For some, looking good is not enough, and power is what really counts. These types got as close to the dynamometer as the barricades would safely allow watching trucks strap to the rollers in an attempt to gain horsepower glory. There was plenty of nitrous on hand for those brave enough to use it, and trucks without kits could partake in the form of a very brave human nitrous controller who would crack a bottle directly into the intake pipe for a little HP boost.

• KING OF THE DYNO: Lavon Miller – 2006 Dodge – 1634/2841 fuel
• TOP FORD: Vinnie Hobert – 2004 E350 Van – 803/1402 fuel 1213/2203 nx
• TOP GM: Stephen O’neal – 2005 Chevy – 1247/2219 fuel 1332/2294 nx
• TOP DODGE: Blake Poore – 2007 Dodge – 709/1376 fuel 1095/1985 nx

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
The dirt-slinging, smoke-blowing, road show, known as the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League put on one heck of a show Friday and Saturday night. The trucks and tractors of the PPL came out swinging and when the smoke cleared five winners each night emerged victorious.

Friday Night Pro Pulling League Winners
• SUPER STOCK DIESEL TRUCK: Scheid Diesel Dodge – Kent Crowder, Attica, IN – 352.11 FT
• PRO STOCK DIESEL TRUCK: Gertrude – Jim Greenway, Nixa, MO – 342.88 FT
• LIMITED PRO DIESEL TRUCK: Cantankerous – Mac Cottrell, Finchville, KY – 333.27 FT
• HOT FARM TRACTOR WINNER: Red Strokes – Jeff Fleck, Ferdinand, IN – 337.65 FT
• LIMITED PRO STOCK TRACTOR: Real Deere – Justin Wagler, Morgantown, IN – 358.06 FT
Saturday Night Pro Pulling League Winners
• SUPER STOCK DIESEL TRUCK: Cream of the Crop – Justin Gearhart, Circleville, OH – 326.24 FT
• PRO STOCK DIESEL TRUCK: Penn Farms – Matt Penn, Edina, MO – 318.39 FT
• LIMITED PRO DIESEL TRUCK: Flirt N with Disaster – Jeff Hossler, Columbia City – 326.43 FT
• HOT FARM TRACTOR: Never-E-Nuff – Charlie Kirschner, Carlisle, IN – 325.07 FT
• LIMITED PRO STOCK TRACTOR: Real Deere – Justin Wagler, Morgantown, IN – 310.28 FT

The WDC 2017 extended the fun into Sunday with a new type of drag race called the Diesel vs Gas Shootout that gives diesel powered race cars and trucks a chance to line up against the big boys. The Diesel vs Gas Shootout follows the Wagler tradition of thinking outside of the box. Wagler Competition Products strives to be an innovator in all things that we do.

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
Two-time Hot Rod Drag Week Champion, Jeff Lutz, was on site with Mad Max looking for some Big Tire Shootout action. Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws star, Farmtruck, was also there sharing driving duties of the WCP DX500-powered ShopTruck with Jeremy Wagler.

2017 Wagler Diesel Competition
The competition was tough and there were four rail dragsters on the property looking to grab the $5K payout. Yet, the Big Tire final would see Judd Coffman’s twin turbo Pro Modified Mustang take on the blown alcohol dragster driven by Richard Edwards in an epic race where the door-slammer prevailed. Congrats to all of the winners of the inaugural Diesel vs Gas Shootout!

Big Tire NT Shootout Winner: Judd Coffman – 1967 Mustang Pro Mod (481X-powered)
Small Tire Shootout Winner: Ryan Milliken – 1966 Nova (Cummins -powered)
Pro Street Winner: Johhny Gilbert – Pro Street Dodge (Cummins-powered)
6.70 Index Winner: Garry Harris – Chevy Silverado (LS-powered)
7.70 Street Fighter: Bill McCarty – Dodge Ram (SB Chrysler-powered)

We would like to thank all of the sponsors, vendors, competitors, workers, attendees and live feed viewers for making the Wagler Diesel Competition 2017 a huge success!

Press Release: Wagler’s Twin-Charged, Nitrous-Assisted DX500 Billet Duramax Unveiled at SEMA

Las Vegas, NV – November 1, 2016 – WAGLER COMPETITION PRODUCTS (WCP) continues to push the limit of diesel motorsports with their DX500 billet Duramax engine. Unveiled at the 2016 SEMA Show, the DX500 is built to handle extreme power levels and every piece is held together by the best fasteners on earth. It’s only natural that the DX500 is on display in the Automotive Racing Products (ARP) booth, #22525 in the central hall.

WCP’s DX500 is the first-ever all billet Duramax engine. It was designed and machined in house by Wagler Competition Products specifically to meet the extreme power demands of top level diesel competition. The WCP DX500 will be offered to the public with many different options to choose from, but WCP held nothing back for the very first version by using every power-adder at their disposal. At first glance this may seem like overkill, but this particular DX500 will be the same engine Wagler installs in their 2017 Ultimate Callout Challenge (UCC) entry called “The Shop Truck”. The Ultimate Callout Challenge is an invitational contest of diesel glory where the only rules are the laws of physics – there’s no better venue to push the DX500 prototype to the limit.

The 500 cubic inch DX500 utilizes the best components and technology available in the racing industry. The billet Duramax block, billet heads with ductile iron insert, and billet intake assembly were manufactured by Wagler Competition Products. The rotating assembly consists of: a Winberg crankshaft, WCP rods, Ross pistons, Trend wrist pins, and a Total Seal ring set. The DX500 uses an innovative Comp Cams camshaft with a roller cam bearing and Trend pushrods. Everything is held together by ARP fasteners. Fuel for the DX500 is provided by a custom system from S&S Diesel Motorsport, the leader in electronic diesel injection, and includes triple high pressure CP3 fuel pumps, precision calibrated injectors, media honed fuel rails, and a Bosch Motorsport ECU with S&S calibration. The UCC edition DX500 also has a methanol injection system by Engler and a Waterman pump to feed it. All of that fuel needs plenty of air and Wagler has chosen to use a combination of the best power adders in existence: a PSI screw blower and twin Precision Turbo & Engine Pro Mod 102 turbochargers. The screw blower will get things going and the turbos will feed generous amounts of air through the Vibrant piping into the custom intake, post-supercharger. Power management will be of utmost importance and Wagler is utilizing twin PTE 66mm wastegates to keep the air under control. As if that is not enough, the UCC-version of the WCP DX500 will also be nitrous assisted. All of the power adders and different injectables must work as a system, and that will be handled by the Bosch Motorsport ECU and the wizards at S&S Diesel Motorsport.

General production DX500s are not available yet, but Wagler Competition Products will put the UCC DX500 through the wringer to make sure all the proper testing has been done before they become available for purchase.

About Wagler Competition Products:
Based out of Odon, IN, Wagler Competition Products was founded in 2011 and has been setting the standard and pushing the limits in diesel performance ever since! Parts offerings include Duramax cylinder heads, intakes, intercooler piping, hardcore engine parts and components including pushrods and rotating assemblies, and so much more. For more information, visit online at WaglerCompetition.com and “like” Wagler Competition Products on Facebook at facebook.com/WaglerCompetitionProducts.

Wagler Diesel Competition 2016

We are excited to bring the second annual Wagler Diesel Competition to Southern Indiana, taking place on Friday and Saturday June 10-11, 2016 at the Daviess County Fair Grounds located in Elnora, Indiana. Wagler Competition Products is hosting an action packed weekend of events geared towards diesel enthusiast. Included in the events are Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Truck and Tractor Pulls, Garden Tractor Pulls, Show-N-Shine, Dyno Contests, and live bands featured each night.

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Announcing the first Wagler Diesel Competition

We are excited to bring the first Wagler Diesel Competition to Southern Indiana, taking place on Friday and Saturday June 5–6, 2015 at the Daviess County Fair Grounds located in Elnora, Indiana. Wagler Competition Products is hosting an action packed weekend of events geared towards diesel enthusiasts. Included in the events are Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Truck Pulls, Garden Tractor Pulls, RC Pullers, Show-N-Shine, and Dyno Contests, and live bands featured each night.

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Press Release: Wagler Competition Launches Wagler X-Series & S-Series Duramax Heads

ODON, Indiana – The new Wagler S-series (Street) & X-series (Extreme) cylinder heads for GM Duramax diesels are now available directly from Wagler Competition Products. The new custom-built high performance heads are the first of its kind in the diesel aftermarket world, according to Jeremy Wagler, president and CEO of Wagler Competition. The heads are a direct factory bolt-on item, with no modifications required for installation.

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