Make no mistake about it, the new Dodge Hemi engine is a completely redesigned engine sharing nothing in common to the original 426 cubic inch [6.9L] Hemi out of the ’60’s, except for hemispherical combustion chambers. The engine which holds legendary status, which powered Chrysler’s muscle cars of the 1960s has been re-engineered and emerged as a modern high-performance, fuel-efficient and durable power plant. GotEngines.com has the all-new 5.7L Dodge HEMI V-8 engine for sale, sitting right here waiting for your call.
The new HEMI head motor is the first Chrysler engine with dual ignition; having two spark plugs per cylinder. Dual ignition ensures consistent, complete and rapid combustion, without knock. Increasing peak power and torque, reducing exhaust emissions and increases fuel efficiency.
No shortcuts were taken by Chrysler, as dual spark plugs also smooth out the engine’s idle. The 5.7-liter HEMI also meets all federal emissions standards and delivers an 8-10 percent improvement in fuel efficiency than the 5.9L and V10 Magnum non-Hemi engines it replaced.
Chrysler has since made the 5.7 L Hemi available in all models of the 2004 Dodge Ram 1500, Dodge Durango, the 2005 Chrysler 300C, Dodge Magnum R/T, Jeep Grand Cherokee, the 2006 Dodge Charger R/T, and the 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T. For Challenger, the 6 speed version will not feature MDS [multiple discharge ignition].
A few interesting facts concerning the 2009 revisions; The new Hemi comes in several other sizes than 5.7 liters.
The Hemi is also available in a 6,059 cc (6.059 L; 369.7 cu in) version for the;
• 2005–present Chrysler 300C SRT–8
• 2005–2008 Dodge Magnum SRT-8
• 2006–present Dodge Charger SRT-8
• 2006–present Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 (420 hp/310 kW)
• 2008–present Dodge Challenger SRT-8
A 6.4L Hemi will debut in the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 and it will utilize Variable Camshaft Timing as well as MDS in automatic equipped cars and non-MDS in 6-speed manual cars.
We know if you own a vehicle with a Chrysler/Dodge Hemi, you are a special person who knows exactly what you want in a car. You expect the same quality and uncompromising precision in a replacement engine that equals the original motor, should you be shopping for one. Trust the company professional repair shops and large fleets use. Call and discuss your Dodge Hemi needs from someone who knows what a Hemi is. Call GotEngines.com now.