View Single Post
  #3  
Old 11-09-2011, 10:08 PM
CdnoilRAM's Avatar
CdnoilRAM CdnoilRAM is offline
I push the skinny pedal


 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Calgary, AB, CA
Age: 30
Posts: 17,124
Gender: Male
Vehicle: 2009 Blown 349 Hemi
Trim Level: Sport - Modified
Color: Brilliant Black/Snake Skin Green
Engine: 2009-2012 345ci (5.7L) Hemi V8 390hp 407lb/ft
Rep Power: 20
Rep:3269
CdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond reputeCdnoilRAM has a reputation beyond repute
Default

you would have to modify the intake manifold, and it would be very time consuming and labor intensive. I can PM you a link where a local buddy of mine made his '06 magnum R/T intake manifold fit a new set of eagle heads, but it was a very long job, but 100% worth it since both he and I did a bunch of imperical testing on it regarding the actual flow rates, not just fluid bench flow rates.

I know he is planning on swapping to a new engine this winter, I could ask if he'd be willing to part with it, but honestly it's doubtful since he's a pack rat and his basement has more car parts than the summit racing warehouse.

If you are doing the eagle head swap, it would be cheaper, and more practical to pick up a used LX 5.7L eagle intake manifold, they are very cheap, I know of two for sale right now for $125-175; I would also go with the 6.1L intake manifold since both would require the timing cover swap.
__________________
Sponsored by Bully's Performance
Green Mamba '09 Ram 1500 QCRB 4x4 Sport - dropped, blown, and bottle fed
Kurtis
Reply With Quote