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At the PRI Show, we’re privy to see­ing a whole wave of new per­for­mance parts that are poised to in­fil­trate the diesel in­dus­try. From cut­ting edge tur­bocharg­ers to com­plete, race-ready en­gines, the prod­ucts here are ei­ther on the cusp of com­ing to mar­ket, or have just been made pub­lic—and ev­ery­thing is geared to­ward ad­vanc­ing the diesel agenda. PRI is ei­ther a com­pany’s launch­ing pad or part of a 1-2 (SEMA-PRI) mar­ket­ing punch that’s used to gar­ner at­ten­tion for brand-new prod­ucts. Last De­cem­ber proved no dif­fer­ent, as dozens of hot-offthe-press parts were in­tro­duced at the 30th an­nual host­ing of the Per­for­mance Rac­ing In­dus­try trade show.

Thanks to big names like Car­rillo, Scheid Diesel, and Di­a­mond Rac­ing, there was no short­age of freshly forged or ma­chined billet hard parts to gawk at while comb­ing the grounds of the In­di­ana Con­ven­tion Cen­ter. Rev­ered trans­mis­sion shops like Sun Coast and Neal Chance Rac­ing Con­vert­ers had their lat­est and great­est com­po­nents on dis­play as well. But the dis­cov­er­ies didn’t end there. By the end of the week­end, we’d spot­ted two ground­break­ing lift pump de­signs, a true twin­turbo ar­range­ment aboard a deck­plated Cum­mins, EFI Live’s new­est tun­ing plat­form, and Borg­warner’s largest S300 to date. Amid the sea of bar-rais­ing, problem-solv­ing, and mind-blow­ing prod­ucts on hand, we’ve nar­rowed it down to the top 20 we came across at this year’s show. Look for the fol­low­ing parts to make a dif­fer­ence at a track near you in 2018.

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