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Monster motors were the order of the day in the late 1960s, and GM's 427 was a part of that class. The drawback to a big-block's burly output was, and still is, the increased weight of the engine. While big blocks are a hoot for straight line shenanigans, a small block car is often a better all-around performer. That goes out the window for most of us upon tapping that vast well of torque, and there was a solution direct from GM. The ZL1 was a 427 rendered in aluminum to save weight and carried

Mmmm boy. Do we love us some Hemis. Knowing this, our boy Drew tipped us off to some of Mopar's newest performance parts for the 5.7-liter, 6.1-liter and 392ci engines.

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