COMP Cams HRT Camshaft for Gen III Hemi - Engine Builder Magazine

COMP Cams HRT Camshaft for Gen III Hemi

Swap your Gen III Hemi’s factory cam for a COMP Cams HRT Camshaft and you’ll boost horsepower without beating up your valvetrain. The hydraulic roller cams have COMP’s Low Shock Technology profiles designed to maximize horsepower, improve stability at higher RPM, and are gentle on the valve springs for longer life. 

The COMP Cams HRT Camshafts are available in three stages for these engines:

2003-08 5.7L without VVT
Stage 1, +56 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,500-6,200 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 216°/222°
Lift: .500″/.495″
Lobe Separation: 113°

Stage 2, +79 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,900-6,700 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 220°/230°
Lift: .596″/.582″
Lobe Separation: 113°

Stage 3, +86 Horsepower
Operating Range: 2,100-7,00 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 224°/234°
Lift: .632″/.619″
Lobe Separation: 115°

2009-Up 5.7L with VVT
Stage 1, +61 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,700-6,500 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 216°/222°
Lift: .520″/.515″
Lobe Separation: 114°

Stage 2, +82 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,900-7,000 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 220°/230°
Lift: .596″/.582″
Lobe Separation: 114°

Stage 3, +86 Horsepower
Operating Range: 2,100-7,400 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 224°/234°
Lift: .632″/.619″
Lobe Separation: 116°

2011-Up 6.4L with VVT
Stage 1, +75 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,800-6,800 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 218°/228°
Lift: .571″/.545″
Lobe Separation: 114°

Stage 2, +85 Horsepower
Operating Range: 1,900-7,000 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 222°/230°
Lift: .599″/.604″
Lobe Separation: 115°

Stage 3, +105 Horsepower
Operating Range: 2,100-7,400 RPM
Duration @ .050-inch Lift: 228°/236°
Lift: .632″/.609″
Lobe Separation: 117.5°

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