How To Rebuild The Big Block Mopar

Author: Arvid Svendsen
Publisher: Cartech Incorporated
ISBN: 9781934709375
Size: 42.21 MB
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Clear, concise stp-by-step instructions guide you through each crucial stage of the rebuild process. You will be able to confidently complete the rebuild of an entire engine.

The Mopar Six Pack Engine Handbook

Author: Larry Shepard
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781557885289
Size: 12.86 MB
Format: PDF
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A step-by-step guide to rebuilding, restoring, and modifying the famous Mopar ?Six-Pack? engines that appeared in all of Chrysler?s muscle cars from 1969 through 1971, as well as the late- model small-blocks and crate performance motors currently offered by Chrysler.

Big Block Mopar Performance

Author: Chuck Senatore
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781557883025
Size: 78.83 MB
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Hundreds of thousands of racing enthusiasts rely on this essential guide for building a race-winning, high performance big-block Mopar. Includes detailed sections on engine block preparation, blueprinting and assembly.

How To Rebuild The Small Block Mopar

Author: William Burt
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1932494545
Size: 19.19 MB
Format: PDF
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How to Rebuild the Small-Block Mopar is the most comprehensive book on small-block Mopar engines ever released, covering 273, 318, 340, and 360-ci LA engines and 5.2 and 5.9L Magnum V-8s. Author William Burt uses color photos and descriptive text to teach readers the complete rebuild process from removal to break-in.

How To Build Big Inch Mopar Small Blocks

Author: Jim Szilagyi
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1932494065
Size: 39.72 MB
Format: PDF
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Now there's another way to get more horsepower: boring and stroking your Mopar small-block to get more cubic inches - up to 476 cubes! The small-block Mopar is one of the easiest engines in which to increase displacement without extensive modifications or specialized machine work - the engine was practically designed for more cubes! This book shows you how to get that big-cube power, and then it shows you how to optimize the small-block's other systems - induction, heads, valvetrain, ignition, exhaust, and more to make the most of the extra cubic inches. Author Jim Szilagyi is a Performance Specialist for Dodge Motorsports and Mopar Performance Parts. In this book he covers building big-inchers from Mopar 318/340/360 -ci LA or Magnum 5.2-/5.9-liter engines, using both factory and aftermarket parts. If you want to make big power from your Mopar small-block, this is the book for you!

Big Block Mopar Performance

Author: Chuck Senatore
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781557883025
Size: 20.70 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Hundreds of thousands of racing enthusiasts rely on this essential guide for building a race-winning, high performance big-block Mopar. Includes detailed sections on engine block preparation, blueprinting and assembly.

Hot Rod Small Block Mopar Engines Hp1405

Author: Larry Shepard
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101142375
Size: 31.11 MB
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Chassis and suspension modifications for Chevy, Ford, Jeep and Dodge trucks. Includes sections on lift kits, shocks, springs, chassis modifications for off-road use, tires and wheels.

How To Hot Rod Small Block Mopar Engines

Author: Larry Shepard
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781557884053
Size: 19.94 MB
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Chassis and suspension modifications for Chevy, Ford, Jeep and Dodge trucks. Includes sections on lift kits, shocks, springs, chassis modifications for off-road use, tires and wheels.

How To Build Max Performance Mopar Big Blocks

Author: Andy Finkbeiner
Publisher: Cartech
ISBN: 9781613250921
Size: 50.43 MB
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The photos in this edition are black and white. Starting in the early 1960s, Mopar Wedge engines powered a wide range of Chrysler muscle cars, such as the Dodge Charger, Daytona Charger, Super Bee, Challenger, as well as Plymouth Barracuda, Superbird, Road Runner, GTX, and others. Many times these high-powered muscle cars were pursued by equally high-powered Dodge and Plymouth police cars that were also packing Mopar big-block power under the hood. In 1978, the last of the Mopar big-blocks rolled down the production line, but in an odd twist of fate, the popularity of the Mopar surged again in street and strip cars during the 1980s. By the 1990s, the big Mopar engine was more popular than ever. This book covers how to build Mopar's 383-, 400-, 413-, 426-, and 440-ci engines to power levels of 600 to 900 hp. "How to Build Max-Performance Mopar Big Blocks" discusses how to properly budget your engine build for a specific performance target and how to select a stock or aftermarket block for the desired performance level. The reciprocating assembly (crankshaft, connecting rods, and pistons) is examined in detail, to help you select the right design and material for durability and performance requirements. Cylinder heads and valvetrain configurations are crucial for generating maximum horsepower and torque. This volume discusses all the stock modification options, the best setups, selecting the right machine work, the latest aftermarket head options for producing huge horsepower, and building stroker engines. The camshafts and lifters chapter compares and contrasts use of hydraulic flat tappet, hydraulic roller, and solid flat tappet cams. In addition, the book explains how to optimize fresh and spent fuel, discussing single- and dual-plane intake manifolds, as well as the exhaust-system design to optimize scavenging. Also details engine builds at 600, 700, 800, and 900 horsepower levels to provide insight and reveal what can be done with real-world component packages.