Dodge Power Ram - Mopar 5.9 Magnum
'87 Power Ram 318 converted to 99' Dodge 5.9 Magnum. 99' 5.9 Magnum block. Decked, bored .020 over - All bearings replaced - Balanced internals - Keith Black hypereutectic pistons - 10:1 Compression - Comp custom grind cam 230/236 duration @ .050, with .541/.544 lift - Comp double roller timing set - Mopar Performance lifters -Comp push rods - ARP Head bolts - Headers - Edlebrock RPM Air-Gap intake manifold - Indy MaX heads with 2.02 intake valves - Summit 750 Carb - 3000 stall torque converter - B&M Flexplate - Carter electric fuel pump - Cometic head gasket - Custom DUI HEI distributor - A727 Transmission - Flowmaster single chamber mufflers & true dual Exhaust - 4" suspension lift - 35" Goodyear Wrangler MTRs - Dana 44 Front, Chrylser 9.25" Rear. At the end of the video, I put it in gear to show the RPM drop. 4:56 gears to come.
150 Johnson blown piston
rings caught and pulled off, mashed the crap out of the piston and head, I have since sold the boat and motor.
Installing The Pistons
Installing the pistons in my 5.4l for my F150. I used a Sealed Power ring and piston set from Napa. I wanted to go with forged, but my engine guy told me that in a street/strip block, forged pistons will actually deteriorate the block faster and are much noisier.
96 Dodge Ram 5.9 built top end
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