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Magnum 2016 Performance Gaskets Catalog

Magnum Performance Gaskets is introducing its latest fully illustrated, full-color catalog. This follows closely on the heels of Magnum’s new theme, “BIG Coverage, BIG Quality, BIG Value.”

Magnum Gaskets Announces ‘Huge’ Expansion, Becomes Full-Line Gasket Source

Magnum Gaskets by Modern Silicone Technologies (MSI) has announced a major expansion in its product line, adding more than 10 times its original coverage. The company is now offering a full-line of aftermarket gasket sets for cars and light trucks from 1955 to 2014.

Engine Builder’s Chrysler 392 Magnum V8 Engine on ebay

Engine Builder magazine’s Chrysler 392 Magnum V8 engine will be back up for auction on eBay Motors in 2015. This Chrysler 318 turned 392 Magnum produces 477 HP at 5800 RPM and 481 lb. feet of torque. The auction is running right now and will be open to anyone in the U.S. Proceeds will benefit the Independence Fund.

Thank You Notes: 392 Magnum Engine Charity Build Update

As we get closer to completion of Engine Builder magazine’s 392 Magnum Charity Engine Build project, we would like to take a moment and update the project status and thank all those responsible for this project.   First of all, we would like to thank Dave Sutton, contributing editor for Engine Builder for organizing this

Magnum Gaskets Support Specialty Aftermarket Segments

The range of Magnum Gaskets offered by MSI (Modern Silicone Technologies Inc.) extends far beyond applications for traditional passenger cars and light duty trucks. Magnum’s innovative designs, modern sealing technology and unsurpassed quality have made inroads into the pickup truck diesel, heavy-duty diesel and high performance vehicle segments. Whether the task is replacing fuel injectors

Step by Step: 6.4L Magnum Coming to Life

I recently had my forth call from a shop with interest in our 392 ci Chrysler build as a project they are hoping to tackle. The budget and power needs for his project were not to the scope of our project and he was discussing a less expensive cast steel crankshaft and the factory connecting

6.4L Magnum 392 Charity Engine Build Takes Shape

Dare to be different. That was the idea. And right out of the gate I was hit with skepticism. “Why are you doing that?” “What if you did this?” But my answer was always no, you’re going to read about that anywhere. Not that this is a bad thing, it just wasn’t what I wanted

Building a 392 Magnum for the Independence Fund

Ever since the column I did in about stroker motors a few years ago (“Love the One You’re With,” Engine Builder, March 2010), the idea of building one of these engines, a less than everyday stroker combination, has been on my mind. To recap, the premise of the article was simple — Look at the

Book Report: How to Build Big-Inch Mopar Small-Blocks

At one time, if you wanted big horsepower in your Mopar muscle car or truck, your choices were limited to a big-block swap or a coveted Hemi. At the very least, you needed different engine mounts, K-members, transmissions, headers, etc. – and Hemis have never been cheap! But now there’s another way to get more