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6.4 cam in 6.0

is it possible to put a 6.4 cam and lifters in a 6.0. what is needed for the swap are there any performance gains.

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I believe that the 6.0 and 6.4 motors use the same cam. At least RCD sells their cam kits as a 6.0/6.4 cam.

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OP what would be the benefit of this?

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i have no clue i have heard they will fit just wanted to see if there is any gain from doing it. my cam plate is wearing on my 6.0 and wanted to see if i can just replace it with a 6.4 cam set up
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By the time you pay to pull the motor and tear it all the way down plus rebuild it with a new cam it would be cheaper to drop a new long block in it and call it good.

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i dont believe any gains would be had with a stock 6.4 cam being it is more related to emissions.

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By the time you pay to pull the motor and tear it all the way down plus rebuild it with a new cam it would be cheaper to drop a new long block in it and call it good.

i have done a lot of 6.0 work. and have 3 differant lifts to use at the shop i work at. so labor is only my spare time was going to do it when i stud the truck
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They are the same. The American Ride has a cam in it out of a 6.0 engine.

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