One of the most powerful engine blocks to ever hit the North American market, the Cummins engine block is optional under the hood of the Ram 3500. Consisting of six total cylinders in an inline setup, this turbocharged powertrain displaces up to 6.7 L on a full combustion cycle. Diesel is the only fuel that can be successfully burned by this signature engine that delivers an industry-best torque output of 1,000 pound-feet as measured by the SAE standards.

The Cummins propulsion unit is also muscular enough to tow a 35,100-pound trailer with various designs, such as gooseneck. Devils Lake Chrysler Center in Devils Lake, ND reminds local clients that this heavy-duty Ram pickup truck also has the optional Current Generation Engine Controller that governs a variety of important combustion factors. For example, the CGEC controls the timing of the ignition system and the ratio of fuel and air entering the chambers of the diesel engine.

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