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Old 12-03-2019, 01:02 PM   #1
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SRT-10 T56 swap into a 04 Hemi Ram

I know its been done. Main thing I'm wondering is, what clutch, flywheel and bellhousing is being used. I believe the Quick Time #8074(for the drivers mounted starter) or the #8077(pass side mounted stater) are needed. Is it better to use the 2500 Hemi clutch and flywheel(with the#8074 bh), or the challenger setup(with #8077 bh). My truck is already has the 05 SRT rear diff. I'll be using the driveshaft, trans, crossmember, clutch pedal set up and clutch hydraulics form the SRT. But I am curious on the clutch hydraulics as well. Thanks in advance!!

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Old 12-05-2019, 06:36 PM   #2
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I used the RM 8081. Go with Challenger clutch parts. Pretty sure I was chatting with you earlier on the Bee/Daytona page
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Old 12-05-2019, 07:23 PM   #3
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By the way 8074 doesn’t work for the 5.7/6.1 hemi. That’s for the older small block 318/360’s
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By the way 8074 doesn’t work for the 5.7/6.1 hemi. That’s for the older small block 318/360’s
I use 8074 all the time,built from scratch T-56s,GTO and GT500 T-56s I use RM 6076 when I use a modifed a LS/LT1 T56 and 8077 when I use a purpose built Viper T-56s If you get your Flywheel from Rylis Productions | RylisPro Billet Flywheels he'll help you get the right one.
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I looked into this last year and was told (by Summit) that the RM 8074 wouldn’t fit between my 5.7 and Ram SRT10 trans. I would trust your word over theirs. If this is the case I will be buying one because I want to get my starter back over to the drivers side. Just to crowded on the passenger side with my headers.
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I used the RM 8081. Go with Challenger clutch parts. Pretty sure I was chatting with you earlier on the Bee/Daytona page
Yes, BeeFast we were talking on that page. Again thanks for the info/help! Haven´t had chance yet to look at clutches yet since the other day. I as well would like to keep the starter on the driver´s side
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Not sure how much it matters but the height on the 8077 and 8074 is 6.465. The height on the 8081 is 7.339. I´m assuming they are measuring from the engine face of the housing to were the trans mounts.
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I use 8074 all the time,built from scratch T-56s,GTO and GT500 T-56s I use RM 6076 when I use a modifed a LS/LT1 T56 and 8077 when I use a purpose built Viper T-56s If you get your Flywheel from Rylis Productions | RylisPro Billet Flywheels he'll help you get the right one.
ric3xrt, I was looking on Rylis´ page the other day. Did you use the 8074 on a Hemi Ram t56 swap? If so, details
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Not sure how much it matters but the height on the 8077 and 8074 is 6.465. The height on the 8081 is 7.339. I´m assuming they are measuring from the engine face of the housing to were the trans mounts.
yes the measurement is from trans mounting surface to the block mounting surface , the difference in "height" is do to the Challenger trans is a 6060 (new version of the T-56) the input shaft is longer , to give the extra space needed for the OEM Dual Disk clutches. the 8077 and 8074 are designed to be used with stock style flywheels, the only difference is the starter location, the 6074 is shorter from Trans mounting surface to block surface, it can be used but it's the one that people have the most issues with because of the flywheel, the flywheel sits closer to the block on the LA(273-360) engines. the Input shaft on a T56 needs to be shorten to use it, and there are afew other issuse as well, it was designed with older still linkage in mind and not hydraulic throw out bearings. I'll get back to this latter have to run
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yes the measurement is from trans mounting surface to the block mounting surface , the difference in "height" is do to the Challenger trans is a 6060 (new version of the T-56) the input shaft is longer , to give the extra space needed for the OEM Dual Disk clutches. the 8077 and 8074 are designed to be used with stock style flywheels, the only difference is the starter location, the 6074(6076 , Not 6074 couldn't edit it ) is shorter from Trans mounting surface to block surface, it can be used but it's the one that people have the most issues with because of the flywheel, the flywheel sits closer to the block on the LA(273-360) engines. the Input shaft on a T56 needs to be shorten to use it, and there are afew other issuse as well, it was designed with older still linkage in mind and not hydraulic throw out bearings. I'll get back to this latter have to run
(6076 , Not 6074 couldn't edit it )
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