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Interesting.

Allpar.com said:
The heads are wedge-shaped.
Does this mean that that we have "Wedgies" (instead of Hemis)? :p :D
 

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Or is it "Wedgis"?:p :p :p
 

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GOT said:
Interesting.

Does this mean that that we have "Wedgies" (instead of Hemis)? :p :D
Having a "Wedge" is NOT a bad thing - do a GIS for 'Dodge 426 Wedge Engine'....:D
 

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Found this in the article:
The engines are designed to be turbocharged and supercharged, partly through over-engineering of the block, and use of large water jackets and metal areas around each siamesed cylinder.

My you-know-what gets a little bigger just thinking about the possibilites!!
 

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MikeinWoodstock said:
Found this in the article:
The engines are designed to be turbocharged and supercharged, partly through over-engineering of the block, and use of large water jackets and metal areas around each siamesed cylinder.

My you-know-what gets a little bigger just thinking about the possibilites!!
Your right foot? Your brain??
 

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MikeinWoodstock said:
My you-know-what gets a little bigger just thinking about the possibilites!!
I believe that falls under the To Much Info category! :D
 

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MikeinWoodstock said:
Found this in the article:
The engines are designed to be turbocharged and supercharged, partly through over-engineering of the block, and use of large water jackets and metal areas around each siamesed cylinder.
I hope they are talking about all of them... meaning both the 2.4 AND the 2.0. I like "over-engineering".
 

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So, does that mean I can retrofit the parts from an SRT4 to make my R/T a sleeper? I love to bolt things on! Anyone roll over lately?
 
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