The first Dodge Cummins 5.9L diesel engines began life in the agricultural industry in the early 80s, but it wasn't until 1989 that Dodge joined forces with Cummins to release the first 5.9L I6 diesel engine in the Dodge Ram. They have come a long way since then, and we've worked hard to keep in step with the advancing technology. We still rebuild the Bosch VE6 injection pumps and injectors from the 89-93 models, the 94-98 12-valve P7100 injection pumps, and also provide quality VP44 injection pumps and CP3 pumps and common rail injectors. When it comes to turbochargers, we can set you up with a factory replacement or get you upgraded with something that will handle your performance modifications. We also have a great selection of tuners, intake kits and exhaust systems that will not only get you some more power, but also help your fuel economy out. We offer a great selection of brand name products at guaranteed low prices. If you can't find it here, then please call us at 1-800-823-4444 or Contact Us and one of our technicians will help you find what you need.
The Cummins 5.9L and 6.7L series diesel engines are a family of straight-six diesel engines manufactured by Cummins Inc., and are used exclusively by Dodge in their full size Ram Series diesel pickup trucks. The engine was originally designed by Cummins and Case Corporation for commercial truck applications, and gained much of its popularity after appearing in the Dodge Ram in 1989. It quickly became a popular alternative to the large V8 gasoline engines normally used in full-size pickup trucks, while producing nearly double the torque at low engine speeds also got nearly double the fuel mileage than it's gasoline engine counterparts. The Dodge Ram was the only diesel pickup, during the time, that featured direct injection and didn't rely on glowplugs for cold weather start up.