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Old 07-15-2004, 02:02 PM
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The Hemi gets own website. Online fans of the Chrysler/Dodge Hemi engine have a new outlet for their fast fingers and mice: Chrysler Group now has a Web site at http://www.hemi.com where enthusiasts can check out facts and figures from Hemi history. Chrysler says the site includes a timeline of Hemi's triumphs in NASCAR and NHRA racing, vintage pics of the Hemi in action, and bios and stories about the drivers that made the Hemi legendary: Richard Petty, Buddy Baker, Don Garlits, and Dick Landy. Vintage ads and technical details round out the site, along with wallpaper downloads for computer desktops.

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Old 07-15-2004, 02:20 PM
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I'm happy for them!

Thats GREAT!


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Old 07-15-2004, 02:44 PM
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Nice.

Now when those Chevy boys say its nothing special, I'll have something to show them.
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It's long on fancy graphics but short on real information. Hopefully they'll be adding to it as time goes on. H ell, I have more info on early hemis on my web site than they do for crying out loud. Geesssh!

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Old 07-15-2004, 05:44 PM
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Where is poncho62 crying like a baby when you NEED him...?

LOL!
There are a few Hemi sites and forums kicking around, the more the merrier for me!
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Old 07-15-2004, 07:25 PM
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tea wth i thought there would be some good info there but its just a few pics. oh well!
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Old 07-15-2004, 07:27 PM
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Where is poncho62 crying like a baby when you NEED him...?

LOL!
There are a few Hemi sites and forums kicking around, the more the merrier for me!
And to think that I was going to ask you if I could join..................well, now you can just forget it................
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Lots of fluff, not much substance as stated above. I'm sorry but that new 'hemi', aside from being 100hp short on power compared to any decent early engine, just doesn't stir my fires. Looks about as (un) exciting as a Caddy North-star or Ford Modular engine. Hi tech, lots of go but no heart and soul. Just looking at it I am convinced I would NEVER tear into one - way too complicated and sensitive.
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Can you say hemi yeah right in a heavy truck or suv.
Yeah thats a hot rod lololol
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Can you say hemi yeah right in a heavy truck or suv.
Yeah thats a hot rod lololol
Actually when it comes to trucks there's only two out there (in stock form) that can out accelerate a stock Hemi Ram. That would be the Ford Lightning and the fastest production truck on the market, the Dodge Ram SRT-10. So if you're talking trucks, it is a hot rod. Beats the crap out of the SS-454's and Toyota Tundra's.

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Just looking at it I am convinced I would NEVER tear into one - way too complicated and sensitive.
An understatement. About the only thing I'll do on my wife's Hemi Ram is change the oil. These new fangled computerized engines are way too complected, it's all black magic. Give me a carb and a screwdriver and I'm happy.

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