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Automotive News Jul 8, 2024

Is Ram discontinuing the 6.4 Hemi?

Is Ram discontinuing the 6.4 Hemi?

Is the Hemi 6.4 a good engine?

Recommended Posts. I just got my 2024 f150 in the mail today, and I have one question, the 6.4l engine is a good choice over the 6. Also, im planning on doing a tune, can anybody tell me how to do a tune for it? im thinking of keeping a few things stock like the cam, and then modding out the pistons, rods, lifters, and etc.

Share this post. Link to post. Share on other sites. I'd say it depends on what you're looking to accomplish. If you're going to be running the truck hard then the 6.4 will better in the long run but if you're looking for some more power but don't want to pay for an entire tune then the 6.2 would be the way to go. Personally I like the 6.4 but I've heard that a lot of people really like the 6.

If you're talking about power gains, I think the 6.4l is a little weaker than the 6.2l (on paper at least) since the extra compression of the 6.4l will be closer to the 7.0 l/cyl, and with more torque, they're pretty much even on power. There are more torque differences but not necessarily power gains.

Tune wise, both have different setups.

How many miles per gallon does a 6.4 Hemi 2500 get?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions, and we get it because we hear about people complaining that their '58 Chevy takes too much gas.

Well, I've been driving my '58 for almost forty years, and I figure it's safe to say that I've driven enough miles to have figured out how it gets mileage. The most obvious thing you can do is to reduce your weight as much as possible, which, for this particular model, is through making certain modifications to the engine and interior of the car.

But that's not enough. Even with a reduced weight, there are other things to consider in the equation such as: 1) The road you're driving on. 2) The load you're hauling around with the car. 3) Wind conditions. 4) How fast you're going. 5) What gear you're in. 6) How long you're keeping the car at a stop. I know what I like, but a lot of people don't. If you don't know what I like, you need to check out my "favorite cars" page for some help. So let's look at some of the things that affect mileage. First, you need to know that RPM (revolutions per minute) equals miles per hour times speed. If you want to drive faster, you need to rev the engine more often. If you want to drive faster without increasing the amount of gas you take in, you need to drive more slowly.

This also means that an engine that revs more often will give you more miles per gallon than an engine that revs less often. So the answer to the question, "? So, if you're going 55 mph and revving the engine 1,200 times per minute, then you get 5 miles per gallon.

Which RAM has 6.4 Hemi?

ram 1500 6.4 hemi for sale Which RAM has 6.4 Hemi?

This is a discussion on ? within the Technical Stuff - Other Vehicles forums, part of the General Discussion category; I own a 05' Dodge Ram 2500 with a 3/4 ton cab, the engine has 6.4 hemi, and I have .

I own a 05' Dodge Ram 2500 with a 3/4 ton cab, the engine has 6.4 hemi, and I have 2 sets of ram air intake and filters, I also have all the ram air lines, and no vacuum leaks, so im looking at new intake, I heard that dodge makes alot of changes to trucks ram air intake, could you guys help me out and tell me what kind of intake my truck has? I have 2 sets of ram air intake, one is from an 07' (dakota) and the other is from a 04' (ram light), and I think they are both for 6. Thanks

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Is Ram discontinuing the 6.4 Hemi?

The Ram 1500 Power Wagon has historically been offered with the 6.7-liter Hemi and it has proven to be very reliable for this family of trucks. Unfortunately, with the advent of the new 6.7-liter EcoTec3 turbo-diesel, it will no longer be offered with the Hemi as an option. The Ram 1500 4x4 Double Cab Crew Cuts and Long Wheelbase has dropped the Hemi as a pickup option (it's the truck with a short bed) while the Ram 1500 Double Cab Crew and 4x4 extended cab has retained the Hemi as an option for a long time. As far as I know, the truck has always offered the Hemi with front-wheel drive. The powertrain was made famous by the King of Rodeo, Butch Cassidy.

In 2024, I believe, both Ram 1500 pickups have dropped the 6.7 Hemi (except for the 4x4 Double Cab Crew and Long Wheelbase) and instead, we will get the new EcoTec3 six cylinder diesel. I understand why. The cost difference between the EcoTec3 and the Hemi is quite large and one would not wish to build a brand new vehicle when another option is available at similar cost. I understand that it costs less to build the Hemi so it is in their best interest to continue making them. My question is: will the 6.4 EcoTec3 Cummins also be discontinued? Will there be more than one new generation of Ram Trucks before the Ram 1500 ends production in 2020?

The 4x4 Double Cab Crew Cut will continue through 2024 and 2024 with the 6. The Ram 1500 4x4 Double Cab Crew and Long Wheel Base will continue with the Hemi through 2024. I am assuming that this same trend will occur with the Ram 1500.

It's easy to think that only Chrysler does trucks because they are owned by Fiat. Chrysler is actually selling Dodge, Plymouth and Jeep brands to Fiat and the former owner was Chrysler. There are many other auto makers that could make good truck offerings like Ford or GM. A good, reliable truck lineup could be the Ford F-series, GM C/K and Ram Pickups.

The Ram 1500 has always had a great truck and I think it will keep getting better. For decades, there hasn't been a better truck.

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