is DRACUT sufficient for kernels upgrading?

i run the calculate kernel 3.14.17, i attempted to upgrade to 3.14.25. with my own config file

echo "sys-kernel/calculate-sources -minimal -vmlinuz >> /etc/portage/package.use/custom" 
emerge calculate-sources
cd /usr/src/linux
make distclean
zcat /proc/config.gz > .config
make oldconfig # or make menuconfig if you want change kernel options
make install
make modules_install

when it come to dracut:

dracut -H

dracut build the initramfs for the current kernel 3.14.17, not for the new 3.14.25
from the gentoo wiki: [[]]

By default, dracut will produce an image suitable for booting the currently active kernel.

is there a solution for this case, to build an initramfs for 3.14.25 kernel with its own modules?

You can use --kver option for specifing kernel version. At example:

dracut --kver 3.14.25-calculate -H.

Thanks alot for your answer Mr Mikhail Hiretsky