Originally Posted by 83RansomHemi
ric3xrt, I was looking on Rylisī page the other day. Did you use the 8074 on a Hemi Ram t56 swap? If so, details
1st one I did was a bit of a Cluster Phuck, I used a modified LT1 t56, big mistake, Needed a custom pilot bearing....gave up on that route, and then just changed the input shift to a actual Viper input. used the 6076 Bell housing Centerforce 601810, and centerforce dual disk clutch... .not enough room in the bellhousing to get it all to fit, so then I went and bought a stock SRT10 Ram hydraulic set up, Ram Flywheel and a ram street clutch....stay a way from the OEM SRT10 hydraulics....they leak like a sieve in about 3 months, the Roe Racing set up is the way to go(see below)
last one was a 03 4.7 5 speed truck,4x4 converted of to 4x2 , t56 is out of a 99 Viper, QT RM8074 ,Roe Racing Complete Clutch set up(see link), bought a used SRT10 truck drive shaft and trans X member. pedals were already in the truck, this one is just a driver, kids still has the old 4.7 in the truck, next year he's playing on a hemi swap.
The Roe set up comes complete, works well with a single disk and the SRT10 stock disk/Centerforce if you go with something like a McLeod RST there's not enough room , the 8074 and the 8077 don't play well with the 09 and later style Flywheel. for that you need the 8081.
The 05 GTx has the RM6076, Tilton 60-6035 release bearing, Tiltion 76-625 master(clutch) cylinder. and a Black Magic Clutch nex-gen clutch. the T56 in it has the GT500 32 spline out put shaft and a Magnum 6060 tail shaft.
If you find a LT1 or LS1 cheap enough , it's not a big deal to make those work, need to change the Mainshaft,tailhousing,input shaft....I know simple right(LOL) but you can recoup your cost by selling the parts you swap on Ebay , there's always some one looking for the weak 27 spline mainshaft and the Input shaft gets bent a lot on those LT/LS1 trans.
The C5/C6 T56s can be used also, need to change the Mainshaft/Input shaft and buy a tailhousing.
all in all I've done 3 for myself, and 6 for other people.
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, Not bad for a 392Ci NA 4400 lbs truck ,
04 SLT ...Give me some time I just bought it.