It’s Clevite Bearings Or Nothing For The Baddest Diesel Pickup In The Land – Firepunk’s Enforcer Relies On Clevite

It’s Clevite Bearings Or Nothing For The Baddest Diesel Pickup In The Land – Firepunk’s Enforcer Relies On Clevite

Lavon Miller and the crew at Firepunk Diesel have created what many people believe to be the toughest and most capable all-around diesel pickup truck in the history of the genre in the Enforcer. This is the truck that dominated the Ultimate Call Out Challenge a few months ago, and one that has been the result of near endless testing, trying, and development by Miller and his band of diesel powered henchmen. Miller is a huge name in the diesel performance world having won the Diesel Power Challenge twice, the inaugural Ultimate Call Out Challenge, and at this writing kicking major tail in the Pro Street Truck Outlaw Diesel Series to boot. That’s what it means something when he talks about the components that make his truck tick.

As it turns out, Clevite bearings are among the parts that take incredible abuse and keep on ticking. Miller knows that great bearings are the true foundation of an engine and Clevite H-Series bearings are what make this engines live under the extreme pounding that they get from all that hardcore compression ignition. This is great!

   Lavon Miller of Firepunk Diesel Exclusively Uses Clevite® Engine Bearings in The Enforcer

Farmington Hills, MI… August 25, 2016 – Lavon Miller, two time Diesel Challenge Winner, Ultimate Challenge Winner, and points leader in the 2016 Pro Street Truck Outlaw Diesel Super Series would never consider using any other engine bearing than Clevite when preparing his truck’s engine, The Enforcer, for the 2016 Ultimate Callout Challenge.

Lavon’s engine builder, Drew Pumphrey at D & J Precision Machine says, “We have always used Clevite H-Series engine bearings for Lavon’s engine because they are the best bearings available to handle all the high horsepower and torque needed for him to compete in such demanding conditions. They hold up time after time.”

The Ultimate Callout Challenge, a three day event held annually each summer in Salt Lake City, Utah assembles the country’s most powerful and best-built diesel trucks together in one place to measure their performance in three specific categories: highest combined horsepower and torque, quickest quarter-miles, and best performance in a sled pull environment. Miller took home the quickest elapsed time award with an outstanding 8.50 in the quarter- mile, and finished second in both the dyno competition and sled pulling. There were 32 competitors overall, and $32,000 in payouts up for grabs.

“I have had the opportunity to see some of these diesel beasts in action,” stated Jon Douglas, President of MAHLE Aftermarket Inc. “It never ceases to amaze me the power they can put out as they push their trucks to the edge. We at MAHLE Aftermarket Inc. wish to congratulate Lavon Miller and Firepunk Diesel for such winning results, and wish him every success as he chases the 2016 Pro Street Truck Outlaw Diesel Super Series championship.”



MAHLE is a leading international development partner and supplier to the automotive industry. With its products for combustion engines and their peripherals as well as solutions for electric vehicles, the group addresses all the crucial issues related to the powertrain and air conditioning technology—from engine systems and components to filtration to thermal management. In 2015, the group generated sales of approximately EUR 11.5 billion with around 76,000 employees and is represented in 34 countries with over 170 production locations.



About MAHLE Aftermarket

MAHLE Aftermarket, the business unit specialising in spare parts, uses the expertise from the series production of original equipment in its automotive aftermarket product range, and supplies trade, repair shop, and engine repair partners. MAHLE Aftermarket is represented at 22 locations and other sales offices worldwide, with 1,582 employees. In 2015, the business unit achieved a global sales volume of over $1 billion (EUR 835 million).


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