Dodge 5.7L & 6.4L Hemi 2010-Present (W/VVT)
This XFI 218/226 Hydraulic Roller Cam is for use in a Dodge 5.7/6.4L HEMI with variable valve timing (VVT) that provides the best possible valve timing to increase torque and output to improve performance, fuel economy or emissions. This cam (grind number of 266VVI14) will outperform the factory Apache camshaft.
Good improvements over the factory Apache camshaft.
Comp Cams XFI (Xtreme Fuel Injection) camshafts feature a wide lobe separation for decreased overlap, yielding a more efficient combustion process. The XFI lobe profiles were designed to work in conjunction with recent valve train technology advancements. When used with Comp Cams beehive valve springs and increased ratio Pro Magnum rocker arms, the result is a faster valve opening and closing, while maintaining complete valve train control. Additionally, the XFI camshafts take advantage of the high velocity EFI-style cylinder head intake ports, intake manifolds and combustion chamber designs. The result: dramatic improvement in performance and durability for today's fuel injected engines.Features:
Camshaft & Lifter Kits are indicated by a CL in their part number and include Camshaft, Lifters, Assembly Lube, Decals, and Instructions.
Complete Kits are indicated by a K in their part number and include Camshaft, Lifters, Timing Chain & Gears, Valve Springs, Retainers, Locks, Assembly Lube, Decals, and Instructions.
Small Kits are indicated by a SK in their part number and include Camshaft, Lifters, Timing Chain Set, Assembly Lube, Decals, and Instructions.
With a wide LSA will it lack a choppy sound? Also I have a 2017 Ram 5.7L. What Rods and springs will I need with this larger cam? Also what phase lock kit so you have for this truck? Thank you
I have a 2010 Dodge Challenger with the 5.7L Hemi and a Morpar CAI, Magnaflow catback and a set of JBL headers. I also use a Diablo Predator tuner. Can i use this cam in this setup? Can I still use my predator?
Is it possible to make noticeable gains in the bottom end of a hemi for Towing?
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