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Factory Spec: 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine - 390 horsepower, 407 lb-ft of torque.


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Im trying to figure out what i can do to make power I already have started planning and so far I have CAI, full exhaust, underdrive pulleys, and getting it tuned. I just trying to see if there were any other boltons im missing. I also was wondering If you can do anything on the intake to make it breathe better like manifold, throttlebody, etc. eventually im going to throw a turbo on but right now im just tryin to do bolt ons and hold off on that I am oppen to any suggestions /opinions
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You could do a stroker! Check Inertia's forum in the Vendor Section.
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relocate IAT sensor into breather tube, for FREE!!
what motor do you have??
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A word to the wise, if your going to put a turbo on it down the road don't buy the exhaust and intake now. It will be a waste of money seeing as how all good kits should come with those.
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I have a Hemi Im not planning on putting the turbo on for a while and when I do Im going to piece together my kit not buy one because theres a performance shop right down the road from me that I can get to fab up parts. I really dont want to dig into the bottom end yet but eventually it proably will get stroked with forged internals. Nim18 how would I relocate the IAT and what gain do I get from it?
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