We Are Dodge Cummins Diesel Experts

Certified Cummins Diesel Engine Service and Repair Shop.

Certified Dodge Cummins Diesel Repair Specialists in Telford, PAWe are very familiar with the Bosch fuel systems and can help with any aspect of your Cummins diesel engine maintenance and repair. Our technicians have all the necessary Cummins training, tools, and diagnostic equipment to properly identify and repair your truck or machine.

Our shop stocks a full line of OEM Dodge and aftermarket components available to customize your vehicle your way.

Want a little more horsepower?

No Problem, Need tuning or want to push the limit with compound turbos, larger pumps, custom engine builds, dual CP3 systems?  You name it we can do it.

Transmissions become very important when you upgrade your truck. We highly recommend, sell and install Suncoast Transmissions with any Dodge truck upgrades. If you are looking for something different, we also sell BD transmissions and South Bend Clutch kits for those of you running manual transmissions.

Have questions? We love answering questions and educate our loyal customers. If you are experiencing any issues with your truck please feel free to call, email, or stop by our shop. Check out this awesome guide about adding performance upgrades and mods to your Dodge Ram Truck.

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    5 star review  Jason and Luke and the guys at Jason's Repair and Performance are top shelf! I'm from Maine and had my truck towed to coopersburg kenworth with a blown turbo. Kenworth couldn't do the job so I had it towed to Jason's. I had the parts they replaced the turbo and charged air cooler and found that I had a much bigger problem, I needed a complete in frame rebuild. Their incredible customer service and professionalism are second to none. They stayed in constant contact through the entire process and as soon as it was done I was back on the road. The motor is stronger now than it ever was from the factory! I would recommend them for any and all motor work. They are all a class act!

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