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Old 11-11-2020, 05:58 AM   #1
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2006 vs 2017 Hemi Engine Cam Test

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Old 11-15-2020, 04:12 PM   #2
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Been saying it for a few years now, Eagle Heads are the way to go. the Variable intake and the 1 point more compression go a long way in making the Eagle 5.7 a great package. one thing I've noticed is most people shy away from 10-10.5 to 1 on the street, but with todays cam/pcm technology you can run 91-93 oct with as high as 11 to 1 and not have issues like in the old days. the smaller bores of todays engines also help a lot with the ability to run higher #s on the street , the pre Eagle with Eagle heads and intake is a great combo for the 3rd Gen truck......I also like how he talks about the "magnum" intake being better, it's also a great up grade for the 3rg Gen truck , NO loss of TQ and about 15-20 Hp gain over the truck intake, down side is the front timing cover is an obstacle to the swap.

He's always has good Hemi Info, I enjoy his videos on the G3s
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