Made a small video of the Mopar 360ci engine with 11.3:1 compression ratio while playing with the throttle a bit. (As always, videos sound way better with headphones or a good speaker set.)
Starting out as someone’s “Living room home decoration”, this 1976 440ci engine was bored .030″ and fitted with a 4.15″ stroke crank. – 496ci stroker engine build with 8/71 Kühl Roots supercharger – 4.15″ stroke [more … ]
496″ Longram stroker engine build: – 440, +.030 oversize – Hawks Racing 4.15″ stroker crank, H-Beam rods, 10.5:1cr ROSS Racing pistons. – Fully balanced crank assembly – Edelbrock heads (84cc) – CompCams XR274R-10 – Mechanical [more … ]
In September 1998 I started the rebuild of this 440 engine. 440ci (1966) w/ 0.030″ overbore. ‘915’ heads w/ home port&polish. 2.08 / 1.74 MP valves. KeithBlack Hypereutectic Pistons (237), zero-deckheight. 0.040″ piston/head clearance. 11:1 [more … ]
This weekend plans were made to break-in the 360ci engine. The pistons and rings had already been run before in this engine, so it was mainly the camshaft, lifters and new valvetrain parts that needed [more … ]
Click here to show all the updates and more indept tech-info about this engine This will be a street-only 360ci engine build for low rpm torque / high efficiency. The engine will replace the 318ci [more … ]
Made some progress on the engine stand I’m building to break-in the 360ci engine. A removable battery-tray has been added and a simple ‘click-on’ cooling fan. Currently there’s only some wiring left to do, along [more … ]
The 360 engine I’m building for the Dodge Dart, along with the engine-teststand to break-in the engine, are coming along nicely.
Just a short little fun videoteaser I slapped together about my ’73 Dodge Dart and its upcoming 360ci engine-swap.
For testing the crank sensor on my 360ci engine build, I mounted the pulley-assembly on the lathe and spin-tested it, while checking its signal through the MegaSquirt ECU and a laptop; Here’s a little videoclip [more … ]