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Rebuild your Hemi with confidence using instruction from long-time Mopar engineer, racing coordinator and veteran author Larry Shepard.

In New Hemi Engines 2003-Present: How to Rebuild, Shepard delivers thorough instructions for each crucial step of the rebuilding process. Before commencing engine tear down, he shows you how to perform compression and leak down testing to accurately assess the health of the engine. Disassembly and comprehensive inspection instructions are provided so you can determine and remedy any underlying problems. Expert insight allows you to select the ideal parts package for your rebuild, whether OEM replacement or compatible and complementary high-performance parts are selected. The most pertinent information for the latest machining practices is provided, so you can coordinate with the machine shop to return the block, head, intake, and other surfaces to like-new condition. Assembling the cylinder heads as well as accurately measuring, checking clearances, and test fitting parts is detailed, so you’re sure all components are within spec and ready for final assembly. Finally, comprehensive step-by-step instructions are provided for assembling all components into a completed engine.

When Chrysler released the "new" third-generation Hemi engine in 2003, the automotive public placed high expectations on the Hemi’s triumphant return. The Hemi Gen III 5.7L, 6.1L, and 6.2L supercharged and 6.4L engines didn’t disappoint; they produced copious amounts of horsepower and torque while delivering exceptional durability. These powerful engines occupy the engine bays of new Challengers, Chargers, Magnums, 300Cs, Durangos, Jeep Grand Cherokees, and Ram trucks. Many of these engines have been used for high-performance service or logged hundreds of thousands of road miles, and as a result, many need to be rebuilt.

The modern Hemi engine is lighter and stronger and offers far better drivability and performance than its predecessors. However, after hundreds of thousands of miles, extreme use, or high-performance applications, these rugged engines require a professional-caliber rebuild. With this book, you can confidently complete your Hemi rebuild and get your car or truck back into action.rn

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Rebuild your Hemi with confidence using instruction from long-time Mopar engineer, racing coordinator and veteran author Larry Shepard.

In New Hemi Engines 2003-Present: How to Rebuild, Shepard delivers thorough instructions for each crucial step of the rebuilding process. Before commencing engine tear down, he shows you how to perform compression and leak down testing to accurately assess the health of the engine. Disassembly and comprehensive inspection instructions are provided so you can determine and remedy any underlying problems. Expert insight allows you to select the ideal parts package for your rebuild, whether OEM replacement or compatible and complementary high-performance parts are selected. The most pertinent information for the latest machining practices is provided, so you can coordinate with the machine shop to return the block, head, intake, and other surfaces to like-new condition. Assembling the cylinder heads as well as accurately measuring, checking clearances, and test fitting parts is detailed, so you’re sure all components are within spec and ready for final assembly. Finally, comprehensive step-by-step instructions are provided for assembling all components into a completed engine.

When Chrysler released the "new" third-generation Hemi engine in 2003, the automotive public placed high expectations on the Hemi’s triumphant return. The Hemi Gen III 5.7L, 6.1L, and 6.2L supercharged and 6.4L engines didn’t disappoint; they produced copious amounts of horsepower and torque while delivering exceptional durability. These powerful engines occupy the engine bays of new Challengers, Chargers, Magnums, 300Cs, Durangos, Jeep Grand Cherokees, and Ram trucks. Many of these engines have been used for high-performance service or logged hundreds of thousands of road miles, and as a result, many need to be rebuilt.

The modern Hemi engine is lighter and stronger and offers far better drivability and performance than its predecessors. However, after hundreds of thousands of miles, extreme use, or high-performance applications, these rugged engines require a professional-caliber rebuild. With this book, you can confidently complete your Hemi rebuild and get your car or truck back into action.rn

Pages : 144
Size : 8.5 X 11 (inches)
Format : Paperback / softback
Illustrations : 414 color photos
Publisher : CarTech
ISBN : 9781613254479
Product Code : SA439

Acknowledgments

Dedication 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1: The Gen III Hemi 

Hemi Engine Names 

Production Engines 

Family Identification 

Unique High-Tech Features 

The Foundation Block 

Crate Engines 

 

Chapter 2: Is It Time to Rebuild? 

Troubleshooting 

Tools Required 

Work Space 

Multi-Point Injection (MPI) 

Pulling the Engine 

 

Chapter 3: Engine Disassembly 

Fully Assembled Configuration 

Disassembly Process 

Top End Disassembly 

Short-Block Disassembly 

 

Chapter 4: Inspection 

General Engine Specifications 

Inspection Process 

Cylinder Block 

Crank and Bearings 

Rods and Rod Bearings 

Pistons 

Camshaft 

Tappets and Guides 

Cam Drive 

Oil Pump and Oiling System 

Cylinder Head 

Head Gasket 

Valves 

Valvetrain 

Ignition System 

Coils 

 

Chapter 5: Parts Selection 

Choices 

Block 

Crankshaft 

Rods 

Pistons 

Rings 

Heads 

Camshaft 

Valvetrain 

Induction 

Ignition System

Bolt-Ons and Upgrades

 

Chapter 6: Big Cubic Inches (Strokers) 

Stroker

Displacement 

Basics 

Crank, Rod, and Pistons 

Stroker Kits

Calculations

 

Chapter 7: Induction Upgrades and Changes

Supercharging and Turbocharging

2015–2017 Fuel Injection Systems 

Carburetion and Throttle Body Fuel Injection 

MPI Throttle Bodies 

Intakes 

 

Chapter 8: Machining Preparation and Preassembly 

Preassembly 

Cylinder Block 

Crank Grinding 

Rods 

Engine Balancing 

Clearance Checks 

Rod and Piston Assembly

Ring Gapping 

Cylinder Head 

Camshaft 

Cam Drives 

Valvetrain Geometry 

Hydraulic Lifter 

Intake Manifold 

Oiling

Cleaning Process 

Safety 

 

Chapter 9: Final Assembly

Engine Block 

Rotating Assembly Crankshaft 

Piston and Rod Installation 

Camshaft Install 

Oil Pump, Oil Pan, and Front Cover Installation 

Tappets 

Cylinder Head Assembly 

Cylinder Head Installation 

Valvetrain Assembly and Installation 

 

Chapter 10: Engine Install Basics 

Engine Install Process Highlights 

Final Double Checks 

Break-in Procedures

 

Source Guide 

New Hemi Engines 2003-Present: How to Rebuild

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