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Old 07-24-2012, 06:17 PM   #1
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Posted a thread recently about Aev's hemi conversion kit. Talked to the guys at teraflex about their conversion. I'm sure this is old news to most of you but teraflex offers a 5.7 vvt for 22.5k and a 6.4 vvt for 32k. Complete motor and trans swap. installation n everything included. Very pricy but if you have the money and want it all done in one shot this is a way. Would love to hear opinions or from people with experience with the teraflex conversion.

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Old 07-24-2012, 06:25 PM   #2
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Old 07-24-2012, 06:33 PM   #3
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For 32k???? I'd just buy a new challenger and lift that haha, but thats my personal opinion
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Don't know if anyone here has had that one done but 20k is the price range that's always mentioned for hemi conversions.

So that sounds close. I wish they would provide a wider range of numbers for this though. I don't care what it pulls at 4200 rpm, what does it pull at 2k?
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Tryin to get some more specs. I really think the price jump from 22.5 to 32k for the 5.7 to 6.4 is a little outlandish and not worth it. the 6.4 does however put out 500 hp and 470 tq at 4200 rpm which is pretty substantial.
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Um, wow.. that's a whoooooooole lotta CHEDDA!
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Im ok with my 2.5L thank you very much lol
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Don't know if anyone here has had that one done but 20k is the price range that's always mentioned for hemi conversions.

So that sounds close. I wish they would provide a wider range of numbers for this though. I don't care what it pulls at 4200 rpm, what does it pull at 2k?
I asked for the 2000 rpm numbers and they "currently don't have that information"
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Even if I had the money I would not spend it on a Hemi. I could see myself spending a couple thousand on a used supercharger as people people sell their older JK's for the new ones with the 3.6. I have no problem waiting for cheaper hand me downs.
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I asked for the 2000 rpm numbers and they "currently don't have that information"
Well thanks for saving me a phone call at least. Disappointing though considering the vehicle this is marketed towards. You'd think they'd know a lot of people are gonna ask that.
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Even if I had the money I would not spend it on a Hemi. I could see myself spending a couple thousand on a used supercharger as people people sell their older JK's for the new ones with the 3.6. I have no problem waiting for cheaper hand me downs.
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