How many miles will a 5.7 Hemi last?
5.7 Hemi engines are good for 250-300 000 miles and more if properly cared for and regular maintenance is carried out.
Early models suffered from valve seat issues which was rectified after 2008.
It’s not uncommon to find high mileage 5.7 Hemi trucks running around today..
Is the Hemi engine good?
While these other advancements have their pros and cons as well, the Hemi engine is renowned for its reliability and impressive power output through its hemispherical design. While the new Hemi engines don’t have the same hemispherical shape that its predecessors had, it still relies on that shape to deliver its power.
How much does it cost to replace a 5.7 Hemi engine?
As low as $2895.00 DELIVERED (pricing depends on year of engine).
How often should you change spark plugs in a 5.7 Hemi?
With the HEMI V8 engine, spark plug replacement requirements are based on model year and displacement. The first HEMI engine, the 5.7L, required replacement every 30,000 miles. This interval for this engine continued until 2014. In that model year, the replacement interval was extended to 100,000 miles.
Why do Hemi engines tick?
Low quality fuel can cause the hemi tick. Fuels that contain high amounts of ethanol or that are low octane may not properly lubricate the fuel injectors and can lead to a slight tapping or ticking noise. Low-octane gas has also been known to cause an ignition knock in high-performance engines.
How much horsepower can you get from a 5.7 Hemi?
449 hpEquipped with the 273 cam, the 5.7L Hemi produced 449 hp coming at 6,100 rpm and 443 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm.