The fuel rails feature a 5/8” diameter fuel passage that provides more flow capacity for high horsepower applications over the stock rails.
Holley has announced that participant preregistration is live for the second annual MoParty. The all Mopar-powered event is scheduled for September 17-19th and will return to Beech Bend Raceway for more high-octane shenanigans and tire smoking festivities. For 2021, both participant registration and spectator/crew ticket purchasing will take place online only at moparty.com. The MoParty event is dedicated
Tired of having to make a four-hour drive anytime he needed cylinder head work, block work or crank work done, Keith Happs finally bit the bullet and decided to open his own machine shop. The result was Happs CNC Performance Engines in Alexandria, MO, which opened its doors to customer jobs in November 2018. The
This 10.5:1 compression, 360 cid Mopar V8 makes 425 horsepower. However, the intention behind this build was never to wow people with it’s performance potential. Rather, it was to simply give enthusiasts a glimpse at a running engine and to hear what a V8 sounds like. Amen to that!
The TKX Pro-Fit fits vintage Charger, Coronet, GTX, Road Runner, Satellite, Belvedere, Super Bird and Super Bees like an original A833 manual transmission with the correct shift position and tunnel fit.
These new cast aluminum oil pans fit 1963-1974 Mopar A-Body, B-Body, C-Body & E-Body vehicles.
Proform now offers everything you need for your Mopar in one engine dress-up kit.
Manufactured from high quality die-cast aluminum and available in three popular finishes: lustrous chrome, polished aluminum and signature Black Crinkle.
These new shaft-mount systems are 1.5 ratio. They’re available for both small-block (LA), and big-block (B/RB) engines.
A new deal with FCA Group puts the 426 Hemi and the 440 Wedge back on the track in a big way.
Dodge/SRT and Mopar have announced a partnership with Pennzoil to pump up participation in the NHRA, doubling their number of event title sponsorships for the 2019 season.
When Happs CNC Performance Engines’ employee Dan Chenoweth found a mega block available in Syracuse, NY, he jumped at the chance to turn it into a racing engine. Along with shop owner Keith Happs, the machine shop turned this 440 Mopar mega block into a 557 cid racing machine capable of 900-950 hp. Find out what went into this relatively rare build.