5.7 Hemi Conversion Packages Now Available From Mopar!

Now Available! Conversion packages for customers looking to install late model 5.7L Hemi engines into older vehicles. These packages are available in either MPI or Carbureted and have all necessary fuel, intake and electrical management system componets needed to adapt a 2004-or eartler model 5.7L Hemi into oldr cars and trucks. These conversion packages replace the factory plastic intake manifold and drive-by-wire throttle body with a more user-friendly aluminum intake and top-feed cable driven throttle body or carburetor.

FEATURES/BENEFITS:

MPI 5.7L Hemi Conversion Package – P5153339

* Factory Engineered “Plug ‘n Play” Wiring harness for easy installation
* NGC Engine Controller with unique calibration
* Intake Manifold Assembly complete with Fuel Rails and Injectors
* Special Cable Driven Top Feed Throttle Body that accepts most early factory Mopar Air Cleaners
* Map and Air Temp Sensors
* Misc. gaskets, Hoses and Clamps to complete the installation

Carbureted 5.7L Hemi Conversion Package – P5153340

* Factory Engineered “Plug ‘n Play” wiring harness for easy installation
* NGC Engine Controller with unique calibration
* Intake Manifold Assembly
* Special Calibrated Holley Carburetor
* map and Air temp Sensors
* Misc. gaskets, hoses and Clamps to complete the installation

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31 Responses to “5.7 Hemi Conversion Packages Now Available From Mopar!”

  1. john mcgill Says:

    where do i get more info? i have a 2004 5.7 hemi i’m trying to install in a 2002 wrangler.

  2. High Octane Says:

    Call the Mopar Performance Parts Tech Line and speak one-on-one
    with a knowledgeable tech expert.

    Telephone: 248-969-1690

    Days: Monday – Friday

    Hours: 8:00 am to Noon, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET

    They should be able to answer your question.
    Keep us posted! Do you plan on documenting the process??

  3. john mcgill Says:

    called the new number for mopar performance parts tech line and didn’t get the answer i wanted
    to hear. they said these parts would make this a stand alone system. i was hoping this wiring
    harness to be a plug and play match to my 2002 wrangler’s gauges and intergrate with the jeeps other systems such as the cruise control, ac and anti-lock brakes.

  4. reid scott Says:

    I have a 6.1 hemi Iwant to insall in a 68 gts Dart . The car now has a 440 and 4 speed

  5. High Octane Says:

    Call the Mopar Tech Line at “1-888-528-HEMI”
    If you have any questions ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. gocirino Says:

    reid,

    I am currently installing a 6.1 in a 68 dart gts. I have a lot of comments that would be very useful to you if you like.

    gocirino@gmail.com

    John

    • SLAYER666 Says:

      I have a 67 Belvedere II with the stock 318 and 727. Recently purchased a 6.1L/5spd auto, wiring harness, etc. from ebay that I’m still waiting on delivery. Any advice or suggestions?

    • SLAYER666 Says:

      I have a 67 Belvedere II with the stock 318 and 727. Recently purchased a 6.1L/5spd auto, wiring harness, etc. from ebay that Iโ€™m still waiting on delivery. Any advice or suggestions?

  7. High Octane Says:

    John,
    Yes!, Please feel free to post this information, However I would prefer if you posted it on my MAIN Blog at http://www.wagnertech.net in the Forum at this url http://www.wagnertech.net/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=26&func=showcat&catid=20
    You will need to register, but its simple and quick.

    Thanks!
    High Octane

  8. Taeuber Says:

    Dear Sirs

    I insert 5.7 HEMI engine of the jeep Commander complet with automatik gear and distributor gear in a jeep Cherokee XJ. I need the cable sentence and the control in addition. Indeed, I have the stock computer and the cable sentence in original, however, him needs tax signals of the theft protection and ABS. Please, inform whether is such a thing available and the price.

    The bilding year from the engine is 2006.

    Greeting from Germany ( Bavaria )

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  11. terry Says:

    hi, aim installing a 2004 5.7 hemi from a truck in my 66 barracuda. have the brain to the truck. would like to use a 727 trans from small block and have two.aim thinking about going to a carb manifold just dont know yet. in all the stuff i read they want you to spend your life saving. is thre any information that you can give me with this swap.

    thanks terry

  12. Dale Says:

    Terry,
    I too am planning a 5.7 Hemi for my ’65 Barracuda. I have just started researching what engine is better to use (truck, car or Jeep) Sorry I don’t have any information to share, but if you don’t mind sharing information or where such a small A-Body swap info can be found online. Me and others to come will owe you. At least you must have some pictures? ๐Ÿ™‚
    (dalerich at dalerichardson dot com)

  13. Rev. Benjamin Burrow Says:

    whats the cost. i want to put one in my 2007 wrangler?

  14. Vince Says:

    I have an 04 5.7 Hemi and want to install it in to a Jeep.Does anybody have definate answers and prices where I can get this info? Thanks

  15. rob Says:

    vince you need to be more specific on your intentions but i just finished putting a 06 5.7 in a 06 TJ along with a 545-rfe the jeep trans wont handle the torque of the hemi. If you contact chris at hotwireauto.com he can hook you up with a wiring harness and PCM made just for the application you need, made it real easy

  16. Trev Says:

    I have researched a pile of info for my 5.7 swap (truck block) into my 72 Scamp. Sorry for any incorrect spelling! Motor mounts from schumauker performace. manifolds from a cherokee(btm exit needed for A-body swap or headers of the same), 420hp kit from XV motorsports around $2500.00(US) includes 2 wire plug n play carb, intake, and computer as well as the harness, they also carry the trans & flex plate adapter for 904/727/a-518 overdrive. This swap isn’t for the faint at heart it requires more skills than the average car inthusiast usually has. It’s the little things that bite you!Contact me for more info @ Trevor@remotewirline.com only serious replies as this is my work e-mail.

  17. MOPAR FAN Says:

    2011 plymouth hemi cuda……I hope they make it.

  18. Cody Says:

    Do they offer this for a 2005 5.7L hemi from a 300c???

  19. Sam Says:

    Hi plz I won’t HIME engain 5.7L v8 for my jeep wrangler 2002 Plz If any one won’t to seal this engain send me a email and I’m from Oman

  20. richard jean Says:

    need wiring changes to put a 2006 5.7 hemi mds engine in a 2004 dodge durango 5.7 hemi non mds which blew a rod;have 2006 computer

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