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    Are they worth it for non boost engines. What have you seen for high c.I. na engines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPRBEE View Post
    Are they worth it for non boost engines. What have you seen for high c.I. na engines?


    We have only used these on boosted motors so far, what heads are you using now?

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    Ported 6.1 I do believe.


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    S these are new hellcat heads that you rework, so that being said putting these on a 6.1 you can install the hellcat blower as well correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradMagRT View Post
    S these are new hellcat heads that you rework, so that being said putting these on a 6.1 you can install the hellcat blower as well correct?
    In theory yes, the physical blower will bolt to the top of the motor. But to get the belt drive to line all up, you will need to purchase the revised timing cover, crank damper, tensioners, etc. Worst part will be trying to tune the electric bypass valve that is equipped in the hellcat blower, it is not mechanical and run by the ECU, older 2015 and below, don't have the ability. If you figure it out, plan on a new engine harness, as well.
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