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We were told at the event that more information would be forthcoming about the 2014 Power Wagon but Ram did tell us that it would come standard with the 6.4-liter Hemi, which should offer slightly better fuel economy numbers now that it has multi-displacement capability. Additionally, because there’s more torque and horsepower as well, shoppers could also bump down to more fuel-efficient 4.10:1 axle gears as well. Of course, the addition of rear coil springs could make things a little more interesting as well.
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So it looks like the 6.4 in the HD trucks is based on the 5.7 block/heads, and not the same block as the SRT engine.
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So it looks like the 6.4 in the HD trucks is based on the 5.7 block/heads, and not the same block as the SRT engine.
At least that is how it appears. Don't quite understand why have two different blocks for the same size. I do understand that because its a truck it needs to be more stout.
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At least that is how it appears. Don't quite understand why have two different blocks for the same size. I do understand that because its a truck it needs to be more stout.
The 6.1/6.4 block is stronger casting than the regular 5.7 block. They built pro stock engines off the 6.1 block. I think it's a cost savings measure.
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