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Old 04-13-2011, 03:25 AM
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I was lookin at the 6.1 stock replacement cam by arrington perf. but i didnt know if the 6.1 had mds. but i know its the cam i want to drop in my 5.7 just need to know if its going to workout. If not does anyone know of anyone that does make a good size cam for mds larger than stock replacement for 5.7 hemi. but still daily drivable.
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I know there were people doing the swap on the old 5.7's...but on shophemi they have specific "aftermarket" MDS cams
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Yeah you have to run a VVT cam in the 09 and up motors if you want to retain any of the factory top end. I am afraid a 6.1 cam swap may lead to a 6.1 cam, intake, heads, and electronics swap.
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hey chit, you put a cam in your truck already right?
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