219/223 @ 113+2 LSA intsalled straight up.
FRI Scud cam.
FRI Street Strip heads w/ .030 mill
FRI Custom Stepped Longtube headers w/ HF Cats
JBA catback Exhaust (soon to be SLP1)
GSM Air intake
Stock 5.7 Block
Idling at around 750-775 right now, hoping to have it lowered during the next tuning sesh,
you can hear the load change when i go from Drive to Nuet/Park to give you an idea of how the sound changes.
Dyno Testing Comp Cams Hemi Phaser 274 Camshaft for VVT 5.7L & 6.4L HEMI Engines: Challenger
With the release of Comp Cams' new line of VVT camshafts for the late model HEMI 5.7L and 6.4L's, we couldn't wait to test out their biggest camshaft on our test car with a stock engine. Not only were we surprised at the power we made but this car sounds sick! Driveability is awesome as well. Although tuning this combination requires an advanced level of HEMI tuning experience, if you choose to go this route with your HEMI you won't be dissappointed. Vehicle was tested with Kooks 1 3/4" long tube headers, high flow cats, Corsa cat-back, AFE CAI and a 180 thermostat.
6.0 vs Hemi
6.0Silvy-lq9, 243 heads, ls6 cam, LT, true duals, tune. VS GRAPHITEHEMI- hemi, bolt ons, tune, and many other mods.
Challenger R/T 5.7L VVT HEMI w/ Comp Cams 619 Lift Camshaft - Initial Idle clip at HHP
Guys are asking us what a variable cam HEMI sounds like. Here's our first high lift test cam in a stock 5.7L VVT HEMI with a phase limiter. We just started testing and we're running a 730rpm idle with a quick tune. We will work to get the idle down and increase the lopey sound as we progress. So far, we've been able to tune out all of the Check Engine Lights. Tomorrow we will Dyno tune her to see what gains we get from a big camshaft.