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    Test-fitted 08' and earlier OEM fuel rails (RT/SRT) and OEM injectors; the oil fill neck on the port side lifts that rail (only) ~.08" so shims would be required. The 09' and newer rails should fit without shims...
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    so that's what you've been up to. man, that's way more ambitious that anything i would ever undertake.

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    Very nice, Hopefully we'll be able to utilize this and make more power above 6000 rpms........ Activation will be on an rpm switch or tach wire?

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    interesting simon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fnkychkn View Post
    so that's what you've been up to. man, that's way more ambitious that anything i would ever undertake.
    ...believe it or not this will be much simpler (and way less labor-intensive) than the previous manifold project :^)

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    Whats up man looking into getting one of these....have u been able to run it yet???

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    I asked SRT Engineers a couple of operational questions, G's response:

    "The SRV actuates between 4800 and 4900 rpm. It adds a huge amount of area under the curve below 4800 and really adds to the performance of the MTX vehicle."
    Last edited by Hemissary; 10-30-2019 at 02:51 PM.

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    Would you be able to PM me on the.details of how you activated your runners...I have an idea of how to but would like to see how u did it....also would using a spacer such as cams eagle manifold spacer or a thermal spacer allow the manifold to bolt on without any modifacation?... I'm pretty sure I'm gonna pull the trigger on this as my stroker motor was just finished and is in breaking period......

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    I figure the manifold to be actuated right before the HP takes over the TQ at 5250, sure enough that where it is. Just like setting up a Torque converter, trans brake and short intake runner for a carburetor set up. Right before the HP takes over. Give or take a couple a 100 rpms...................... To see where the sweet spot is.

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    Huh?

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    Simon will the two metal tube heater/coolant lines that run under the intake going to interfer with the 6.4 intake?
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    Good question Jeff; another thing to check when the new stroker is finished...
    Last edited by Hemissary; 10-30-2019 at 02:52 PM.

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    can always reroute the heater lines like they do with the top mount blowers
    So what if I drive a stationwagon, my other car's a rwd 540hp, Supercharged Hemi that will blow your doors off, oh wait thats this car.

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    True, or just install a soft line...

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    so does the actually either stay fully open or fully closed in normal operation or is it actually variable???

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