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cam for the 5.7?? 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
can you use the stock 6.1 in the 5.7, is it a up grade?? if so what else do you need to install???? any info would be great thanks......
 
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Re:cam for the 5.7?? 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
Hey Mike, I wouldn't waste the money on putting a 6.1 cam in. If you don't want to get into changing valve springs and doing ported heads, etc. I would just go with A stage 1 cam. We have installed HHP's stage 1 cams in my personal 300srt and have also installed them in 5.7's as well. With the cam and tuning for it, you should get about 25rwhp and the cam is so stealthy, no one will ever know its in there. It idles as smooth as butter.
 
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Re:cam for the 5.7?? 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
BTW, are you coming to our dyno shootout next weekend?
 
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Re:cam for the 5.7?? 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
no I have to work, I wanted to but I just started a new job.........but thanks for the invite, and the info on the cams.........
 
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