5.7 Hemi Accessories

New Hemi Engine Swap

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    C6D39F6E-4539-4DE7-8940-E7AE872D4FCA.png Gotta get this in. The KB Blower brought the 5.7 to about 500 at the crank from 380. Transformed and trouble free. 2.8. Twin-Screw. Liquid Cooled.
     
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      I like that but I don't think I would supercharge this car but I have thought about putting one on my 2010 Challenger :)

      I am putting a 6.4 cam and TTI headers on this one though.
       
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        Wonder what the black Friday price will be...
        I don't need it for my Coronet but will for my fury
         
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          Good point, I am on the verge of buying. Right now they are offering free shipping.

          I spent a good part of today researching this issue trying to convince myself that I can make it work with the accessories on the factory front plate, however I keep coming back to several issues;

          1. I do not like the AC comp down low on the left side. First it requires some modification of the motor mounts (I will be using TTI mounts) which is not a huge issue but what is an issue to me is the plumbing of it since the heater box is on the right side. I am sure I can do it but that left side has a lot going on with the steering box, PS pump and brakes (hydroboost system) that I do not need/want a AC comp there as well.

          2. I intend on running a type II PS pump and the Holley kit comes with that whereas I will have to modify one to work which isn't a huge deal but just one more thing to deal with.
           
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          It's not cheap, but you'll have hundreds of dollars invested in any setup just buying junk yard stuff. Just go price a new water pump.
          And the time to fab, for me that's always a balance.
           
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            Exactly where my head is at one this... Yes I "could" use the stock stuff and make it work BUT I know I would eventually end up getting one just because thats where my head it at. They have natural and black but I think I am going with natural.
             
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            Well I pulled the trigger and ordered the mid plate and a mid sump oil pan.. :(
             
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              I would have waited till black Friday :D
               
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                Yeah I thought about that but to be honest there is no lack of things to buy for this project so I am sure I will be at it again...
                 
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                I am thinking about whether to go with the oil filter adapter or a remote filter.
                 
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                I hate the remote filter adapters. It's multiple spots for leaks, by the time you use 2 an lines, 4 an fittings, and so forth. With the Holly mounts, the 90 and 45 degree adapter both work. I ended up using the QA1 crossmember on my 70 challenger for the best clearance, when using the schumaker gen 3 mounts.
                 
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                  Yeah I get that but I do like having the filter in a convenient location. I have a remote filter on my Cuda and haven't had any leaking issues (aside from the stock filter adapter plate initially). I am going to be using TTI mounts (because TTI says that their headers will definitely clear their mounts). I probably need to do a mock up before deciding on the filter issue.
                   
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