Good to know, I did not do some looking to see what parts are up on star parts as of yet.Good friend, Dodge mechanic, called me yesterday, said the 5.7 and 392 auto intake gaskets have the same part number.
Over on LX forum, A.J. said Arrington has a 392 they are working on, so the process has begun.Good to know, I did not do some looking to see what parts are up on star parts as of yet.
Hopefully people start getting them soon so the performance shops can get there hands on them, If I could I would have one on mine before spring time then get it forged once that fun stuff is all released.:bigthumb: Did you find out Goehner what that new supercharger was that they were 'releasing' a couple weeks back?
Nice I really want to get some goodies for it ASAP.:bigthumb: This is really all that is holding me back from being 100% sold on the 392 vs my current 6.1 is the ability to modify but it looks that will be here soon enough so its less of a worry!Over on LX forum, A.J. said Arrington has a 392 they are working on, so the process has begun.
I think Edelbrock has one they are getting ready to release for the Hemi, not sure if that is the one you are talking about.
Here are some of the differences, per Car & Driver:Its becoming apparent that the 6.4 hemi is not underrated. What are the differences between it and the 6.1 to increase its specific output (hp/liter)?
And the intake gasket is the same part # as the 5.7... Very interesting. Does anyone know if the air-flaps are under ECM control, or are they run by vacuum?Here are some of the differences, per Car & Driver:
- The 6.4 has a plastic intake is a two-stage plenum with air flaps that effectively vary the intake ram length based on engine speed.