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Hemi fever tunes 3.7's?

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Yes but i think only up to o6 or o7. He may he able to tune later years but it depends on be pcm cal id.

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Hemi fever tunes 3.7's?


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I've asked him he said yes a while back BUT if our 3.7 supports the tunes depends on our p/n
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Are you basically saying that because some one didnt read the warning about using exhaust wrap? Ive been running them over two years now with no issues. Ive picked up 3 tenths of a sec. in the 8th mile and my fuel mileage has improved. If you take a good look at the stock manifolds you will see how bad they are in comparison to headers.

Lol you don't even need a good look, just a quick glance will be fine. The stock log manifolds are absolute junk. They restrict flow quite a bit


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You got it brother. This one.

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I got a great deal on it from an Ebay seller in Indonesia. Wasn't sure if I should take the chance but did and turned out great. Got is delivered to my house in less than a week and cost me $249 with free shipping.

I have punched it. You benefit from the tune after 3000-3500 rpm. Unfortunately our motors just don't have the off the line torque I wish they had.
Thats just the nature of the beast bro. The 3.7 will never be a torque monster because of the head and valve train used
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Lol you don't even need a good look, just a quick glance will be fine. The stock log manifolds are absolute junk. They restrict flow quite a bit

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Hold on josh what you doing here? Lol

Lol I kinda got lost and wandered into your world. It's always kinda fun to see what you boys are up to. I think you guys mod more than the hemi owners. And back I go to the world of big engines


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Re: 3.7l performance love

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Are you basically saying that because some one didnt read the warning about using exhaust wrap? Ive been running them over two years now with no issues. Ive picked up 3 tenths of a sec. in the 8th mile and my fuel mileage has improved. If you take a good look at the stock manifolds you will see how bad they are in comparison to headers.

Ok Jeff. So those same model JB Headers is what we need?

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What about that clearance issue? No need to wrap or worry about heat? What about ceramic coating them? That would be huge too and keeps heat down plus improves exhaust flow.

It's all about cost. That will be a big nut to get done Im sure just for labor alone.


**Update*** It appears those headers are already ceramic coated!
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Ok Jeff. So those same model JB Headers is what we need?

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What about that clearance issue? No need to wrap or worry about heat? What about ceramic coating them? That would be huge too and keeps heat down plus improves exhaust flow.

It's all about cost. That will be a big nut to get done Im sure just for labor alone.
No wrap unless you want to blow them HP like Jeff lol and there is a eBay seller that sells the same one LEGIT once a month for like 200 watch out for him
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Lol I kinda got lost and wandered into your world. It's always kinda fun to see what you boys are up to. I think you guys mod more than the hemi owners. And back I go to the world of big engines


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Y'all come with power ours dont so we just out money into ours so we don't have to sell them haha. 2 more months! The unlimited mods!!!
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Ok Jeff. So those same model JB Headers is what we need?

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What about that clearance issue? No need to wrap or worry about heat? What about ceramic coating them? That would be huge too and keeps heat down plus improves exhaust flow.

It's all about cost. That will be a big nut to get done Im sure just for labor alone.
Yup same part number bro. As for the clearance issue, just test fit em bro. If they rub some just mark it and put a small indent there so it clears the stearing bracket. For some heat control i sprayed mine with 2000 header paint that is ceramic based. This will help with temps and keep them from rusting. I have been looking into other heat control measures as well but im not ready to announce that yet...

Oh, you're gonna want to swap the bolts that go to the y pipe with grade 8 bolts as the supplied ones are grade 5.
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Yup same part number bro. As for the clearance issue, just test fit em bro. If they rub some just mark it and put a small indent there so it clears the stearing bracket. For some heat control i sprayed mine with 2000 header paint that is ceramic based. This will help with temps and keep them from rusting. I have been looking into other heat control measures as well but im not ready to announce that yet...

Oh, you're gonna want to swap the bolts that go to the y pipe with grade 8 bolts as the supplied ones are grade 5.
Quotin myself here. One more thing to add. Be sure to zip tie your heater core lines up and away from the right header. The lines will only be an inch from the header and the rubber line will not hold up.
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