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I have had mycharger for 2 years,
I want to start doing some performance mods.
I was thinking of doing a cam & 6.4l intake.
If I do the cam, will I need to switch it out later if I do a set of heads on the 5.7?
What other things am I going to need for the intake swap?
Sorry for the dumb questions.
Any info is greatly appriciated
 

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I have had mycharger for 2 years,
I want to start doing some performance mods.
I was thinking of doing a cam & 6.4l intake.
If I do the cam, will I need to switch it out later if I do a set of heads on the 5.7?
What other things am I going to need for the intake swap?
Sorry for the dumb questions.
Any info is greatly appriciated
I assume you have a 5.7. No, depending on the heads (you can't use 392 heads, so your only real upgrades are Thiteks or Edelbrocks) you decide to use the cam you choose will just have more breathing ability. FYI, eagle heads are good to about 600hp naturally aspirated. Intake swap you'll need:
Intake manifold P/N (includes all gasket, O-rings, mounting bolts): 68090674AA
Pigtail connector: 1-68064996AA (to power the servo for the active intake)
Clean Air Duct: 05038430AD or your choice of 392 CAI
MSD Box: P/N 8969 (rpm switch)
Cirkit Boss: 70213 (to run power to the pigtail)
3M Acetate Cloth Tape: 80610918221 11-1/4"X72YDS (not mandatory but useful)

There are write ups all over the interwebs. You'll need to swap your stock injectors for the 392's (5.7 just doesn't need those injectors). Even used 392 manifolds aren't exactly cheap. I started gathering these parts for my old Charger (wrecked), then my Magnum (selling) and since I have a 392 Charger I don't really need them, so at the moment I have a complete 392 intake with the air duct and a spare MSD rpm switch (if you're interested, pm me).
 
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