Harmonic dampers are a component that seems simple on the outside, but there’s a lot more to dampers than you might think. Hear from the experts at Fluidampr.
The main difference is that there is an open area under the plenum chamber. This feature is sometimes called an air gap design.
Amongst a sea of colorful and powerful streetcars and hot rods at the Midwest Drags, Bob Larson’s “Prospector,” a 1938 Dodge coupe stood out. Under the hood is a 541 cubic inch Chrysler engine, making this coupe sound just as good as it looks. Check it out!
One of the more unique hot rods we saw during the Midwest Drags was Bob Larson’s “Prospector.” It’s a 1938 Dodge Coupe outfitted with a 440 Chrysler engine that got stroked to 541 cubic inches. It’s our Engine of the Week!
Moroso introduces Part # 21165, Chrysler 6.2 & Gen. 3 Hemi with the Hellcat front timing cover oil pan that fits Chrysler Hellcat Challenger with Drag Pack or modified cross member, also can be used in other rear sump applications, check measurements for fit. Oil Pan is 6-1⁄4″ deep with 5 quart capacity. Has a
Years in the making, many barriers broken and still possibly more to come, Mike Moran describes the Motor City Billet Bullet engine build as a fairy tale the way it came together.
The HEMI 5.7L Dome PowerPak Plus forged pistons and stroker pistons are available in several sizes.
This video covers the removal and installation of the timing drive system in late model Chrysler 4.7L engine applications. Those applications include: Part # Make Model Years 9-0393SF Chrysler Aspen 2007-2009 9-0393SF
When $100,000 was on the line two weeks ago at the World Series of Pro Mod, Carl Stevens Jr., owner of Xtreme Racing Engines, kept his cool and his focus a 1/4-mile at a time. That’s exactly how he handles each engine build too. Find out what went into this all-billet Chrysler Hemi-based NHRA Pro Mod engine built for Rick Hord.
This year’s list sees the return of the fuel cell, as well as the V8. Jaguar and Kia win their first trophies. Half the winners are turbocharged, and Toyota wins for a hybrid that’s not a Prius.
Edelbrock has released a new manifold designed for the “Eagle” Chrysler 5.7L, 6.1L and 6.4L Gen III HEMI engines with fuel injection. The overall design of the manifold is similar to the factory 6.1L SRT intake manifold, but features raised injector bosses that are angled outward to decrease port restriction and added nitrous bosses along the near vertical runners.
Rebuilding industrial engines is a growing business for many engine builders and shows no signs of slowing down.