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post #1 of 145 (permalink) Old 10-15-2015, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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2015 6.4 NA Build

Okay here goes.

2015 SP 392
6.4 Mopar Block TA Race Engines Prepped
Mopar Crank TA Race Engines Prepped
ARP Crank Hardware
ATI 5% Super Damper
Mahle Forged Pistons
Molnar Forged Rods
ARP Rod Bolts
King Rod Bearings
Comp 274 Cam
Comp Cams Phase Limiter
PSI 1515 Springs
Custom Shims
Manley Titanium Retainers
Manley .120 Wall Pushrods
Stanke Motorsports Tie Bars
Stanke Motorsports Collars
Stanke MDS Block Offs
ARP Main Cap Stud Kit
Clevite H & HX Main Bearings
ARP Balancer Hardware
Diablo Trinity
Diablo PCM
JET 180 Thermostat
Peak Speed Ported Intake Manifold
Steve White & Redhorse Performance Fuel Rails
87MM Throttle Body
K&N Blackhawk CAI
Kooks 1-7/8 Long Tubes
Kooks Catted Mid Pipes
Arrington CNC Ported Apache Heads
ARP Pro Head Bolts
Arrington Newen Epoc Valve Job
Custom tune of course
ARP Flywheel Hardware
ARP Clutch Pressure Plate Hardware
DSS 1 Piece Drive Shaft

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Your build, I can't say anything but in general, it is MUCH harder to do extensive work in the car and if you need to access the back of the block when in the car, it may be impossible. Just because the car was built with the engine going in from the bottom, you still should be able to pull it out by removing the hood and then up and out forward. I have not done it on a car newer than the 1970s but I doubt things have changed that much... I could be wrong IDK.
If you do go with a CAI get one that is sealed to outside air.
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If you decide to do FI, you may want to use the thicker head gasket to lower the compression ratio and get the SC cam to keep from having to change those items out from the NA build. Might be a good idea to decide how you want to wind up to limit the work/parts involved in the future.

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I just did a build very similar except I had my heads ported and did not do the long tubes on a 2014. Is the car a manual or automatic? I can tell you right now there is no way I would do this in the car that motor would be coming out somehow.

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051. gasket is what you will need we have them in stock and for the cam, Go with our S/C cam if you 100% certain yo will add a S/C.
It will still make power in N/A and will be ready for you when you add the blower. As for the motor work you will save more time pulling it out then trying to do everything in car.

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You can get an inexpensive lift for less than $200. Check out Harbor Freight (yeah, I don't like cheap tools either, but for a seldom used item it's likely good enough). I used one of these when I replaced the blown transverse V-6 in my Son's Ford Taurus.

The work will be so much easier if the engine is out of the car. And you will be able to clean/paint the block easily and touch up the inner fenders too.


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Okay gentlemen the build is on !
I've made a slight departure in parts but the build will remain similar to the original. The only difference being I went with a comp 274. I've also decided to stick with a NA build. I however will be adding nitrous. I have all the parts except the Pistons and rods which I'll be ordering in a week or so. I've also decided to remove the block from the car to complete the build.
As I'll be performing the work myself I was wondering if any of you could point me In the direction of the info needed ( steps and specs ) to complete said work ?

Thank you for your assistance.
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By the way it's a 6 speed.
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You can rent the cherry picker from a tool rental place. No point in buying something you won't use again.

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Ask modern muscle for advice on completing. They are cool dudes that know everything and your buying their drop ins. I'm sure they will offer advice.


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