HI, I have the chance to pick up a low mileage (64k) 2017 ram 6.4L hemi out of a 2500 ram truck. I know that they are lower compression compared t0 the car version and the intake on them is designed more for low end torque compared to high rpm horsepower of the car version. The plus side is its a bge block which is a beefier. My question is with just a cam swap and keeping the stock valvetrain what horsepower could this see at what rpm? Can I get close to the 392 hemi car version found in the challengers? Also, would a cam swapped 5.7 make more hp? Ask because the duster is sitting there with an empty engine bay and the price for the 6.4 out of the truck is only $1500. Which imo is a great deal for that age and mileage.