The do look real nice but you will see where the molded area is and the 1500 ram frame has those area in the frame for the molded part to drop right in and even has factory screw holesTitan said:Yeah what he said. Also why would we want them? Any pics?
Wormsterr,womsterr said:VERY lucky. Before ya'll start calling BS on the HP nums (I got a couple PMs). Those were BENCH dyno numbers *not chassis* when we broke it in on the dyno and then did 3 WOT runs.
You are correct in that they don't fit! However with the rear wheels off you can hold them in place and mark that will allow you to trim to fit. One of the liners will fit without trimming. I watched it done on one up here. I am doing mine this summer.Sitedrifter said:Hey Jack
I can verify that they do not. I had them on my 04 HEMi Ram and was going to pull them for the SRT-10 before the trade in , BUT....
I wish we could do it but not with the 1500 liners.
The Viper/SRT Ram engines are built in the USA by Dodge and shipped to Mexico. As stated, Arrow rebuilds, even under warranty, come back stronger than when new.womsterr said:They are hand built by GREAT performance builders as opposed to an assembly line in Mexico.