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Old 09-27-2010, 06:02 PM
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Default 5.7 Hemi/Kenne Bell

Anybody on here built a 5.7 with a kenne bell. I'm going to put one in a 72 Dart just wanted some feedback
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Old 09-28-2010, 11:06 AM
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If you have no luck here check on Lxforums.com.......some pretty serious 3g hemi's over there
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thanks i will check that out
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When I was at Kenne Bell they had one on the dyno, pretty damn impressive. If you need one we are distributors.
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as far as i'm aware, they only make them for the 6.1 heads. it will bolt up to the 5.7 heads, but you will need to do some port work to match them up.

unless you are running the '09 and newer "eagle" 5.7, which has the same intake port design as the 6.1.

or you could run 6.1 heads on an older 5.7 block, but you would need to watch your compression ratio, cause it will be around 11.3.

just some thoughts
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