Hemi swaps have been a rising trend and a popular swap among racers and car enthusiasts for quite some time now. It is easy to see why. Now there are all sorts of VVT, EFI, serpentine accessory drives, as well as other modern upgrades that just seem to make this swap a no-brainer for MOPAR lovers. To help make your swap go as smoothly as possible Holley has released some new upgraded parts.
One of the new upgrades Holley has rolled out is a Gen III HEMI Hi-Ram EFI Manifold. This manifold is designed specifically for high-performance applications where the induction system height is not limited. Due to its modular design, these manifolds can accept a wide range of EFI top plates and serves as the foundation for custom plumbing. These fit a wide variety of engines. This is all made possible because of the tapered cross-section and custom runner length. These are intended for use on either naturally aspirated, forced induction, or nitrous engines in 5.7- 7.2+ liter range with max power at 7500-8500 RPM.
- Note: Fits 2009-up 5.7L, 2005-2010 6.1L & 2011-up 6.4L engines.
The second part to come out in with these new upgrades is a Gen III HEMI Swap Oil Pan Non-VVT. The oil pan that comes with some of the most popular Gen III HEMI swaps usually just don’t fit. They tend to hang too low. To combat this Holley came out with these new cast aluminum oil pans that fit 19763-1974 Mopar A-Body, B-Body, C-Body, & E-Body vehicles.
Again, success is all in the design. The integrated windage tray matched with an o-ring seal provides a pretty attractive leak-free solution to aid in your engine swap.