} First, thank you. 2013 Dart 5.7 Hemi Swap. The electrical system in a classic Mopar (until the mid 1970s) was the weakest link, and the strain on the factory harness will likely cause a domino effect of failures that will having you hating yourself and your car for years. Expect to change most if not all of your cooling system, fuel system and transmission cooling as well. I am thinking of putting in the Mopar 392 Crate HEMI Engine in my 1968 Charger. Is a time delay relay the only solution? They’re horribly problematic, you’ll completely gut your floor/cross member to get it to fit, and right now, there’s little in the way of TCM controllers. I almost always try to steer folks away from trying to cram in the modern 8-speed transmission. We can also customize the harness to any fit whatever you need. Their awesome all-new Mopar 345 Crate HEMI Engine Kit for the 5.7L HEMI engine and Mopar 392 Crate HEMI Engine Kit for the 6.4L HEMI can be paired with all 1975 and older Mopar vehicles! 45 Degree Oil Filter Adapter (PN 77072447): Filter adapter, oil filter, bolts, seal MSRP $89 Got all the replacements welded in and purchased a used 2006 Charger 5.7 with a 5 speed auto. Seeing that the bell housing bolt pattern is that of a 904, I strongly suggest either an American Powertrain or Silver Sport Transmissions 5-speed manual transmission kit. Mostly the 2003-2008 truck 5.7. Do you know if the rear sump oil pan kit, will work with a 68 Dart using a 2014 5.7 engine with stock K member? And you’ll see what engines are available in the hyperlinks in the article. The salvage yards have a variety of HEMIs available or you can call your favorite speed shop and order a brand new crate motor from Ma Mopar. Cody's garage still features that '69 Charger as well as the additions of a '70 Coronet, '71 Charger R/T, '71 Road Runner, '04 SRT-4, '06 Grand Cherokee SRT8, '08 Challenger SRT8 and a '17 Ram 1500 Rebel. 345 Crate HEMI Engine Kit (PN 77072455AC): 392 Crate HEMI Engine Kit (PN 77072454AC): 5.7-liter Gen III HEMI Engine (PN 68303088AA): 6.4-liter Gen III HEMI Engine (PN 68303090AA): An All Original: The McCullough’s 1969 Dodge Charger. The factory electrical system is severely ill-equipped to handle all of the voltage necessary to run the new systems. But there are late model Hemi swap book(s) available. Believe it or not, Holley has dramatically increased it Gen 3 Hemi swap catalog and will be able to provide you with suitable parts to complete your swap. You keep your engine, trans, Gear Vendor, and wiring – but you get ALL of the driveability of a new G3 Hemi. A Chrysler 904 or TorqueFlite 727 (again, for a small block) will work, as will your Gear Vendor. It sounds like I would need to go with a 6.1 or 6.4 Gen III if I decide to go ahead with the swap. That’s a lot of specific knowledge that we’re not going to be able to provide for you. It should drop in, you’ll obviously need a set of motor mounts and a new radiator. Hi I'm fixing to have to do a cam and lifter swap in my 2013 dodge ram it has the 5.7 hemi. Have you been thinking about swapping a Gen III HEMI into your classic Mopar? • The electronic gas pedal, shifter, all accessories are there. Thank you. Want to put a new crate engine 5.7 in my 70 cuda what transmission do you recommend. Is there anything to I have to need to change or is it one easy job? Just for clarity, the GenIII electronics do not run on 14 amps, it 14 volts.

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