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Old 08-07-2017, 08:43 AM   #1
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Death of the Hemi Engine??

Any truth to this video?


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Old 08-07-2017, 02:23 PM   #2
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Interesting video...twin turbo V6's seem to be the current engineering rage...not sure about the usable torque and power-band in a heavy brick shaped truck like ours...may have to go with a CTD...although I believe the original elephant 426 will always be around in various configurations .
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the G3 hemi will survive till at least 2022, we may lose it in the 1500 series trucks in 2020, in favor of the small CTDs or something similar.
The Hp cars , they will hold on to the G3 as long as they can. but I do think by 2030 the larger V8s(anything over 5.0L) will be a thing of the past. even when it comes to drag racing, somebody somewhere will think it's a good idea to slow down Top Fuel and Funny cars, but than again if you look at the current trend of audience I think the large V8s will just fade away.
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the G3 hemi will survive till at least 2022, we may lose it in the 1500 series trucks in 2020, in favor of the small CTDs or something similar.
The Hp cars , they will hold on to the G3 as long as they can. but I do think by 2030 the larger V8s(anything over 5.0L) will be a thing of the past. even when it comes to drag racing, somebody somewhere will think it's a good idea to slow down Top Fuel and Funny cars, but than again if you look at the current trend of audience I think the large V8s will just fade away.
It seems like everything is trending to smaller more efficient engines except the muscle cars.
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