2009 RT (TA hood)
Went from 5.7 to 2011 392 Build
· 6.1 ported intake
· CNC Modern Muscle Apache heads
· Comp VVT Cam
· Comp VVT limiter
· MAHLE forged replacement pistons
· RAM clutch and billet release brg. kit
· Long tube Mopar Perf headers and Cat Back
· Modern Muscle CNC ported 87mm TB
· Mopar performance TA hood package
MMPG Mahle Custom Drop in Forged Pistons
Awesome work as always guys!
Are those forged replacement pistons like the ones y'all have for the 6.1 with the valve reliefs?
You da man Dave..sweet build!!!!!
2006 TB Daytona 3033-4000
Arrington Heads,Spartan Cam, Mopar CAI,Mopar Long Tubes, Borla Cat-Bac, Dyno-Tuned by Brent @DTP Racing..360rwhp 390rwtqe
2006 Inferno Red SRT8
Mods: to many to list
Great build...... We already talked about this for my 2010 Charger!
Just so you know guys the picture of the cam degree is of a 6.1. We were just trying to show off the new degree kit Comp developed for the Hemi guys. Nice stuff dedicated to the Hemi application. The degree wheel mounts to a hub that drives off the oil pump drive, engineered well. Sure is great that Comp is showing the Mopar group some love. We have been working with them and they are also getting ready to release some custom spring locators for 5.7/6.1 and 5.7/6.4 VVT.
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The factory 392 is so tight on P to V (about .065 with factory cam) these pistons really help. We were able to take Comps VVT biggest cam and install it way ahead (108ICL).
Just a note about tuning. Do not attempt to do this without first making arrangements for tuning. We spent a solid week getting this thing dialed in. At this time I am not comfortable with any email or remote tuning. The tuning is going to be different for every case unless combination is exact copy.
The same goes for the VVT cam swaps.
Have driven car for about 150 miles and all is well. No codes, runs great.
Really comes alive when you pull gears at 6500.