5.7L VS 6.1L HEMI Engines: What’s The Difference? – SlashGear

Following the demise of the 425-horsepower 426 HEMI V8 in 1971, Chrysler mothballed the hemispherical combustion chamber design and its awe-inspiring HEMI nameplate for over 30 years. While the second-generation 426 HEMI clearly earned its rank as a high-horsepower engine, the newer 5.7- and 6.1-liter third-gen HEMI V8s provide impressive horsepower ratings as well as improved fuel economy and reliability. Third-generation HEMI engines have powered a lot of Chrysler vehicles since the 5.7-liter HEMI arrived on the scene in

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