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Started by Dracen, November 06, 2015, 12:27:59 am
QuoteCI (408) Crank Part No. (9-360-4000-6123-2123) Rod Part No. (2-ICR6123-2124) Crank Stroke (4.000") Rod Length (6.123") Piston Mfg(Icon) Piston Class (Forged) Bore (4.03) Type (Dish) CC (-20.5) 62CC (10.2) 68CC (9.6) 70CC (9.4), Bal'd Complete Assy (1-98113BI)
QuoteCam and Lifters, Hydraulic Flat Tappet, Advertised Duration 268/276, Lift .464/.464, Mopar, Small Block, Kitfactory is Stock 5.9L Cam SpecsIntake duration 249Exhaust duration 269Overlap 41Intake lift .410"Exhaust duration .417"Centerline 109Install centerline 117
Quote from: ProjectPW on November 07, 2015, 09:40:53 amYou need a hydraulic roller cam for a magnum motorSent from my SM-G530T using Tapatalk
Quote from: ProjectPW on November 07, 2015, 09:45:33 amYou should price stock replacement head bolts... may be cheaper and perfectly adequate for your buildSent from my SM-G530T using Tapatalk
Quote from: ProjectPW on November 07, 2015, 09:43:11 amStandard volume water pump will be fine.... remember that everything you need will be for 93 and up Magnum engine ... not pre 93 LASent from my SM-G530T using Tapatalk
Quote from: ProjectPW on November 07, 2015, 09:48:17 amWhen you choose the cam you should also buy the corresponding valve Springs and timing set that comp cams recommends.... remember it will have to be hydraulic ROLLER... your stock roller lifters can be reused, but I would recommend replacing them... Sent from my SM-G530T using Tapatalk
Quote from: rjtx667 on November 07, 2015, 10:02:35 amI have a 210/220 cam with .512 lift on both intake and exhaust. its a very small cam for a 408 but it creates some good power.It is a comp cam, but I don't remember the number right now.I also had to get some mopar performance value springs like Noah said. They were not cheap.You need to make sure the seat pressure is correct when the heads are built.I bought after market EQ heads and cleaned them up a little. they work great and have more potential with more cleaning.Give Mike a call and he can help you figure out exactly what you need. He has built a ton of engines.Also the other thing to consider, if your staying fuel injected, you need to tune it.
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