The products include engine and transmission-mount adapters, headers, and exhaust and fuel systems. These parts are in addition to their various stand-alone engine management systems that can control the engine, should you wish to keep it running on EFI.
A friend who works at Holley says the company is going “all in” on the Gen III Hemi-swap stuff, so expect a lot more parts to be rolling out of Bowling Green, Kentucky, soon. That got me thinking—with the backing of Holley and their massive catalog of parts, will the Gen III Hemi swap become as ubiquitous as the LS engine swap? If so, is that a good thing?
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