Here’s the heart of the beast. It’s 496ci and 800hp worth of Mopar big-block. The engine was built by, you guessed it, the Renteria boys, and they did the old man proud. Starting with a 4340 steel crank the brothers spec’d out Clevite bearings, Eagle connecting rods, and Weisco Pistons with Zero Gap rings. A Milodon pan serves oil to an Indy pump. The cam drive is from Indy and it spins a Lunati cam that’s moving Crane lifters and Manton push rods. Harland Sharp rockers and LSM springs work to actuate a set of Victory valves (both intake and exhaust) that are housed in Indy cylinder heads. A Davinci prepared Dominator sits on the Indy intake. The setup is good for 7,000 rpm through the traps at the drags.