LAS VEGAS, NV — Trick Flow Specialties continues to expand its product offering for Mopar small-block and big-block engines, and used the 2019 SEMA Show to introduce new cylinder heads and intake manifolds for Chrysler engines.
Our friends at Summit Racing caught up with Trick Flow general manager Mike Downs at SEMA, and talked with him about the company’s new offerings, which include:
- Trick Flow PowerPort® 190 cylinder heads for small block Mopar (now available)
- A new complementary intake manifold for small block Mopar (available in early 2020)
- A new intake manifold for big block Mopar that mates with Holley Dominator 4500-series carburetors
Check out the above video for a closer look at these parts.
We have a Dodge Ram 1500 with a 4.7 motor. We replaced the original motor (4.7) with a new 4.7 that now has 946 miles on it and the rocker arm broke on cylinder 7 (same cylinder as the old engine) again! Is this a regular happening with this motor? What is the best way to take care of this problem permanently? We love the truck,it’s clean and don’t want to get rid of it! What do you suggest?
Are the rocker arm shafts on correctly ( angle of oil hole indicated by notches on the end the shafts. Make sure the bolt on the 3rd Rocker stand is smaller diameter than the threads.That is how the oil is supplied to shaft, then to the rocker arms.