It is a rather difficult and time consuming job to do on the HEMI.... $217 to do the job is one of the cheapest prices that I have read around here. Most are paying upwards of $300 or more. Someone that has done the job and knows where everything is and has the proper tools can do it in about 1.5 to 2 hours. First timers have taken upwards of 4 hours to do.
The problem is that one side is really hard to get to and this is why it takes so long. If you have the time and the tools to do it, then you can give it a shot.
As far as what plugs to use, that is like debating what kind of oil to use. You will get all kinds of answers depending on who you talk to. Some will say to buy mopar only, some will say to upgrade to a certain performance plug, and some will say to stay far far away from both. My recommendation would be to just stay away from the generic store brands that you can get a plug for $2 or less. The Hemi is a performance engine and you don't want to skimp on the plugs section.
If you got the time, go for it. Worst case is that you get stuck at a certain spot and have it finished at a garage.
Mango got in there before me... LOL!!!!
Last edited by KRZY.BMET; 10-12-2009 at 11:33 AM.
Reason: Mango is quick like a NINJA