made. Canale wanted to put plenty of miles on the new motor before he pushed it on the dyno, but he has every intention of making some dyno pulls and passes at the drag strip to see what the real potential is. The initial plan was to build a high-horsepower reliable street truck, but unforeseen disastrous circumstances changed that plan and required more budget than he’d care to disclose. The smile on his face after driving it and showing it off around town tells the real story though, proving that with a little persistence, hard work and the right list of parts any disaster can be resolved. It all worked out in the end, and Canale says he’s extremely happy with what he has now—even if it wasn’t quite what had been intended.
The cylinder head from Industrial Injection uses a milled intake plenum with a custom ZZ Fab side-draft intake. A dual CP3 kit uses dual stock pumps to feed Industrial Injection Cobra injectors.
The retrofitted black Anzo projector headlights really enhance the overall look of the truck.
SRT-6 Cummins? When did Dodge offer that package?