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06-14-2008, 09:45 PM
169here it is 370 cubic inch HEMI
Block is bored and stroked to 370 cu in. Includes CP billet pistons, Carrillo H-beam rods, Callies forged crank, custom grind cam shaft, clevite bearings, line honed main caps with chamfered edges. FHO ported heads, Ferrea Racing stainless valves with single groove locks. Spiral groove bronze bushings, Viton seals, Manley springs, custom "426" retainers. New motor plate, water pump, and oil pan. TTI 1 3/4" Stainless headers to 3" collector, stainless high flow cats, and y-pipe
I spent a lot of time cleaning parts from the old motor.......degreasing, wire brushing, painting. Every bolt is cleaned, antiseized from top to bottom
06-14-2008, 09:54 PM
06-15-2008, 08:24 AM
It's no Chevy small block, but it is clean.
07-17-2008, 09:18 PM
LOL.......Chev small block :rolleyes: :D
factory 5.7 hemi heads flow 270 cfm .......mine are mildly ported and flow WELL over 300 cfm ......how many chevs can do the same? Very few come close. most chevs need major work sacrificing integrity of the heads resulting in overheating and cracking. Even 440 chrysler race heads need major work to flow nearly as good
Anywho.....I forgot to post more about this, I've had the motor in and running with my turbo for a few weeks now......me likey likey ;):)
Roush, Saleen, Gt500........you'll see my tail lights getting smaller, and smaller......hahahahahha
here's a pic of the complete motor on the stand......It showcases so much better on the stand. I cleaned up the intake.......cleaned and painted the fuel rails, throttle body, and accessories
07-22-2008, 09:16 AM
I'll see your taillights up ahead slowly disappearing,then I'll catch up and pass you as you stop to refuel.We will honk as we pass.:lol26 MPG.:D....By the way Guitarded,I do really love the motor.I love all cars and find your MOPAR interesting.Make sure you post the pics when completed.I once owned a Duster and swinger both only had 318's.as for the technical side of cars and horsepower,I'm lost once the numbers are thrown out there.
07-22-2008, 09:35 AM
Lol...I dunno about passing me at a gas station. I get 600 km to a tank of gas (96 litres) at cruising speeds. That's 100km better than the stock 04 hemi trucks, and about 50 km better than the current MDS(multiddisplacement) equipped trucks.
Here's a vid of my 3 ton truck at roughly 5-7 psi. I had a boost leak during this run (Which you'll hear because the camera mic is sensitive to high pitch noises).
Boost Leak! (http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=1WLoJk43vyw)
As soon as I can get a reliable aftermarket torque converter, you'll see some vids at 14 psi boost :)
07-22-2008, 10:17 AM
looks cool,I myself dont know those workings so I dont bother.I might blow some shit up.LOL!!If not myself.As for passing at the gas station,I wont be driving fast when I pass as to conserve fuel.:pGas prices are WEEEEEEEEEEEEEE getting higher.We gonna Rock on to.... Gas station avenue,.....where the gas is gettin' highya.dun-na-na-na-na.:lol