From a Mopar fan’s perspective, it’s about time that someone started encouraging third-gen Hemi swaps. With nearly twenty years of 3G Hemi production (2003, folks) there’s a ton of them out and about and there are ways to work through any issue involving the computer system. Hell, you can throw a carb on one and run it old-school if your heart desires, so why continue to Craigslist-surf for a decrepit motorhome that’s the source point for the next plague just because it’s got a 50-year-old big block inside? Why shell out a boatload of cash for a properly done 426 when you can get an engine that’ll match it power-wise and won’t be half as temperamental?
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