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Hamilton 07-H-003W War Head Competition Cylinder Head (Wet)31026150.00
The Hamilton 07-H-003 War Head Competition Cylinder Head for your 1989-1998 Dodge 5.9L Cummins 12-Valve is is designed specifically for heavy competition use. The casting features a thicker deck, thicker port walls, taller casting and optimized port shapes. In past cylinder heads, flow to cylinders #1 and #6 was less than cylinders #2-#5 due to casting deficiencies. On this head cylinders #2-#6 are identical. Due to ambiguous rules in some sanctioning bodies, #1 intake port was made slightly more narrow, but if you are having a port job done, enough material is present so that it can be machined to match the other 5 cylinders.
Due to the higher lift flow potential, Hamilton suggests their 62mm cam to make sure you are getting all of the lift possible to get the full benefit from the war head.
For Competition Use Loaded Cylinder Head
Thicker Deck, Port Walls and Taller Casting
Application Note: This cylinder head is not designed for street trucks. It is for use in competition applications. Hamilton Cams 07-B-004 High Tensile OE Style Engine Block60308200.00
Want to make really big horsepower in your 6.7L Cummins and not lose sleep because you're too worried about your block holding up? It's time to step up to the Hamilton Cams 07-B-004 High Tensile OE Style Engine Block! Make 1,250HP+ and no need to add mass or do a deckplate.Features:4.020" boreCapable of 1,250HP+14mm Main and Head Bolts 7 Cam BushingsCam Oiling from Mains has Been Reduced from 7mm to 5mm for Improved Bottom End StrengthApplication Notes: Diamond honing recommend before initial use.
Hamilton Cams 07-B-005 Competiton Engine Block (Solid)60309200.00
Want to make 2,000+ HP with your 6.7L Cummins but don't want to spend $15K on a billet block?. The Hamilton Cams 07-B-005 Competition Engine Block (Solid) is proven to be the strongest Cummins engine block available and does not require a deck plate or special sleeves. Features:Competition Block (Solid) - No Coolant4.210" BoreRated for 2,000HP+As Cast Bore1” Thicker Deck and Cylinder BaseOEM 6.7 Deck HeightThicker Main Webs and Skirts14mm Main and Head Bolts7 Cam Bearings (Installed)For Competition/Race Use OnlyHamilton Cams 07-B-006 Competition Engine Block (Wet)60310200.00
Start making BIG power with your 6.7L Cummins without the expense of buying longer rods or a deck-plate block. The Hamilton Cams 07-B-006 Competition Engine Block (Wet) features a 1” thicker deck and 1” thicker cylinder base. Utilizes an OEM 6.7 deck height, offers much thicker main webbing, and improved 300 MPA high tensile alloy.Features:Competition Block (Wet)Rated for 2,000HP+AS Cast Bore1” Thicker Deck and Cylinder BaseOEM 6.7 Deck HeightMEGA Thick Main Webbing14mm Main and Head Bolts7 Cam BearingsFor Competition/Race Use Application Note: Due to the many requests for different bore sizes the bore is left As Cast so it can be anything you want, from approximately 4.0″ to 4.250″Requires Machining of Steam Holes for Driving on the StreetHigh tensile alloys should be honed with diamond honeHamilton Cams 07-C-001 Zinc Additive181331.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-001 Zinc Additive will put your zinc and phosphorous at approximately 1500-1650ppm in most modern oils. these levels are ideal for flat tappets cams. Use every oil change in competition engines, at least for break-in on daily drivers.
Ideal For Flat Tappet Cams
Use Two Bottles For Break-In
Use One Bottle For Every Oil Change After
Instructions On Bottle: For unsurpassed anti-wear protection of a new camshaft, lifters and valve train, add two bottles to engine oil for break-in and racing and one bottle for normal service (up to 12 quart systems). Store in a cool, dry location. Keep bottle sealed until ready to use. Hamilton Cams 07-C-002 Bolt-On Cam Retainer181312.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-002 Bolt-On Cam Retainer is specially made for your 1994-1998 Dodge 5.9L Cummins. For use with mechanically injected engines with helical cut cam gears. This bolt-on retainer will ensure that the cam gear is not pushed off of the cam in high rpm, high fuel delivery situations.
Bolt-On Cam Retainer
For P-Pumped Engines
Stops Cam Gear From Being Push Off In High RPM SituationsApplication Note:Common rail engines or engines that use straight cut or spur gears do not need this bolt on retainer.Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/200 Stage 1 Camshaft2813115.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/200 Stage 1 Camshaft is a drop-in replacement for your 2011-2016 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke. Best for towing and street performance, this camshaft is designed for OEM piston protrusion and valve depth. Lowers EGT's, increases power, lowers smoke and often provides a little bump in the MPG department.
Increased Engine Efficiency
Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208 Camshaft2749010.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208 Camshaft is the most efficient cam tested for the 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. On a moderate street truck, it will net you the best economy out of all Hamiltom Cams. Due to its short duration and wide lobe separation angle, it also has the least overlap (when intake and exhaust valves are open at the same time) of any Hamilton cams to kill in cylinder EGR on engines that have higher drive pressure than boost pressure. This is usually found with stock turbos that have a very restrictive turbine housing or turbine wheel. In engines there is always a trade off for different performance parts.
On a truck with a 62mm turbo and 80hp injectors, this cam picked up 40hp at 1700rpm due to the fact that it moves so much air at lower rpms and helps the turbo spool much sooner. The trade off? It gives up power compared to our larger cams above 2600 rpm(still above a stock cam). If you live at high altitudes, tow heavy or are looking for the best efficiency possible for highway driving, this cam will help you considerably. Install with the intake from a 97-99 centerline.
Although it works great as an efficiency cam, it is also popular with common rail engines that have larger single turbos or that have larger valves and ports. Larger turbos typically have less low rpm response as do cylinder heads with large ports and/or large valves. In these applications, it will really help get large turbos spooled much earlier.
Increased Low RPM Performance
Great For Towing and Efficiency
For Moderate Street Trucks
Note: Zinc additive required. Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208-4BT Stage 1 Camshaft602996.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208-4BT Stage 1 Camshaft gives you that stump pulling / low end power that is perfect for heavy towing, if you live at a higher altitude, or are just looking for a very efficient setup for highway driving and you don’t go past 2,600 RPM. On a truck with a 62mm turbo and 80hp injectors, this cam picked up 40hp at 1700rpm, because it moves so much air at lower rpms and helps the turbo spool much sooner. Features: Ideal for heavy towing and high altitudesExtremely efficient cam for highway driving Off-idle to 2,600 rpm (Power Band)Quicker turbo spool
Specifications:Intake - Cam Lift: 0.290, Duration: 178, Timing: -13, C/L: 102, TDC: 0.0130Exhaust - Cam Lift 0.320, Duration: 208, Timing: 38, C/L: 114, TDC: 0.0270Note: Zinc additive requiredApplication Notes: Install with the intake from a 97-99 centerline, use with small or OEM injectors and turbosHamilton Cams 07-C-182/214 Camshaft2749115.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-182/214 Camshaft for your 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins is the perfect mix between the 178/208 Towing and Efficiency Cam, and the 188/220 Street and Strip Cam. The 182/214 works great from just off idle to 3500 RPM, making it perfect for use with a 64mm or smaller turbo and smaller performance injectors.
Install with the intake on a 99 centerlline. If over 40 lbs. of boost, you must upgrade valve springs. It is a "drop in" cam if you have no more than .018" piston protrusion and no less than .038" valve face depth on a 24v, and no less than .055" valve face depth on a 12v with a 99 intake centerline.
182-214 Cast Cam .290"/.320"
Great For Smaller Injectors and Smaller Turbochargers
Note: Zinc additive required. Hamilton Cams 07-C-188/220 Camshaft1814015.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-188/220 Camshaft for your 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins, has outperformed any other cam that Hamilton has tested against to date, from idle to 4,200 rpm. It is also the largest drop-in cam that Hamilton offers.Use with 62mm or larger single turbos or larger twins. Install intake on a 99 centerline, performance springs and pushrods are recommended. If you have had your head or block surfaced, you need to verify piston to valve clearance.
For it to be "drop in" on a 12v you will need no more than .018" piston protrusion and at least .055" valve face depth with a standard head gasket and a 99 intake centerline. On a 24v you will need no more than .018" piston protrusion and at least .038" valve face depth with a standard gasket. If you do not meet the minimum requirements for piston to valve clearance, don't worry, you can still run an oversize headgasket or cut valve reliefs.
For Larger Singles and Compounds
Best All-Around Performance Camshaft
Note: Zinc additive requiredHamilton Cams 07-C-188/220-4BT Stage 2 Camshaft603006.00
The 07-C-188/220-4BT camshaft is Hamilton Cams best all-around performing 4BT cam to date, from idle to 4,200 rpm. It is also the largest drop-in cam that Hamilton Cams offers. For it to be “drop in” on a 8V you will need no more than .018″ piston protrusion and at least .055″ valve face depth with a standard head gasket and a 99 intake centerline. On a 16V you will need no more than .018″ piston protrusion and at least .038″ valve face depth with a standard gasket. If you do not meet the minimum requirements for piston to valve clearance you can run an oversize head gasket or cut valve reliefs.Features:Lower EGT’sIncreases PowerOff-idle to 4,200 rpm (Power Band)Best all-around performing 4BT cam Specifications:188/220 @.050" .310"/.320" 108LSANote: Zinc additive requiredApplication Notes: Install intake on a 99 centerline, performance springs and pushrods are recommended. If you have had your head or block surfaced, you need to verify piston to valve clearance.Hamilton Cams 07-C-192/200 Camshaft1813815.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-192/200 Camshaft helps you get the most out of your 2001-2010 GM 6.6L Duramax. The 192-200-109LSA .338"intake/.353"exh. was designed for customers with engines that have a 66mm or larger single or primary, that are looking for the most broad power curve, and do not want to give up any efficiency. It will really help take advantage of heads that have been ported that flow much better at higher lifts. The duration at .250" and higher is amazingly different than OEM cams. For competition, hot street and drag racing.
Below is a guide to help you decide if the 192-200-109 will fit in your engine the following measurements were made with a stock cam in a stock engine and a 188-194-109 in the same stock engine. For reference the 192-200 has .011" more intake lift and .006" more exhaust lift at the valve, at TDC, with a stock rocker than does the 188-194-109. Use this when you are plugging in your valve face depth and piston protrusion to help you find your clearance.
Piston to valve clearance with an "a" head gasket and a stock cam with .012" piston protrusion (OEM), and valve depth .025" intake, .035" exhaust (also OEM):
188-194-109LSA with .012" lash and "a" head gasket
.012" piston protrusion
valve depth, .025" intake .035" exhaust
If you do not have enough room, try one of these other head gaskets: A-.035", B-.037", C-.039".Note: Zinc additive requiredHamilton Cams 07-C-PS188/208 Stage 2 Camshaft6029810.00
The Hamilton Cams 07-CR-001 Race Crankshaft is 38lbs lighter than the OEM crank. Whether you are looking to replace your 6.7L crank, or if you are just looking for the extra stroke of the 6.7L this crankshaft will work for you. Features:4.880″ Stroke38lbs lighter than the OEM crankCome Up on RPM QuickerTwo Gear Locating Pins (One with the Factory Crank)Four Dowel Holes for Aftermarket Dampeners Application Notes: Does not come with gearHamilton Cams 07-G-12VF Fire Ring Head Gasket (Standard)602931.00
High performance diesel engines require high performance gaskets! When you start to make big power upgrade your 1989-2002 Dodge 5.9L Cummins to the Hamilton Cams 07-G-12VF Fire Ring Head Gasket. This kit will eliminate head gasket problems at higher boost levels and provides a much stronger seal.Features:Standard Thickness4.560” Wire O.D.Ideal for High Performance/Competition BuildsApplication Notes: Machining for grooves is requiredMust use head studs and verify head is flatHamilton Cams 07-G-12VF20 Fire Ring Head Gasket (+.020 Thickness)602941.00
When you start making big power in your 1989-2002 Dodge 5.9L Cummins make sure you upgrade to Hamilton Cams 07-G-12VF20 Fire Ring Head Gasket. Fire ringed heads provide a much stronger seal and eliminate the typical head gasket problems at higher boost levels.Features:+0.20 Thickness4.560” Wire O.D.Ideal for High Performance/Competition BuildsApplication Notes:Machining for grooves is requiredMust use head studs and verify head is flatHamilton Cams 07-G-5.9F Fire Ring Head Gasket (Standard)602971.00
Eliminate the typical head gasket problems associated with higher boost levels in your 2003-2007 Dodge 5.9L 24V Cummins with Hamilton Cams 07-G-5.9F Fire Ring Head Gaskets! Fire rings provide a much stronger seal when your Cummins is making big power.Features:Standard Thickness4.560” Wire O.D.Ideal for High Performance/Competition BuildsAdditional Notes: Machining for grooves is requiredMust use head studs and verify head is flatHamilton Cams 07-G-6.7 Fire Ring Head Gasket (Standard)602951.00
If you’re making 700HP+ in your 2007.5-2018 Dodge 6.7L Cummins upgrade to Hamilton Cams 07-G-6.7 Fire Ring Head Gaskets. Fire ringed heads provide a much stronger seal and help eliminate the normal head gasket problems found on higher boost levels.Features:Standard Thickness4.560” Wire O.D.Ideal for High Performance/Competition BuildsApplication Notes: Machining for grooves is requiredMust use head studs and verify head is flatHamilton Cams 07-G-6.7F20 Fire Ring Head Gasket (+.020 Thickness)602961.00
Don't blow a gasket! For big horsepower 2007.5-2018 Dodge 6.7L Cummins make sure you upgrade to Hamilton Cams 07-G-6.7F20 Fire Ring Head Gaskets. Fire rings help prevent head gasket issues typically associated with higher boost levels and provides a more durable seal.Features:+0.20 Thickness4.560” Wire O.D.Ideal for High Performance/Competition BuildsAdditional Notes: Machining for grooves is requiredMust use head studs and verify head is flat