360 Mopar Small Block Edelbrock Head Dyno Test
Shady Dell Speed Shop 360 Chrysler on the Dyno @ Shady Dell. 360, .030"
over, SRP Flat Top pistons, 11.8:1 compression, 3.58" SCAT 4340 crank,
6.123" H beam rods, SDSS Custom Solid Roller cam, 256/264 @ .050" duration,
.620" lift, 108 LSA. Stage 1 port Edelbrock heads, Edelbrock Victor 340
intake, ProForm Carb..... 587 HP, 497 FT LBS of TQ.
1973 Charger 318 390 Stroker on the dyno for a quick run
318 to 390 cubic Inch Stroker Specs:
ICON Forged Flattop pistons
Forged H beam Rods
Comp Cams Thumpr Cam
Heavily Ported 340 T/A Heads
1.5 Harland Sharp Offset roller rockers
Edelbrock Performer Airgap manifold
Holley 850 Avenger Carb
Headers with 3" Custom dual Exhaust
MSD DIstributor, Coil, and Ignition Box
TCI StreetFighter 904
8-1/4 LSD rear with 4.10 gears
The engine is running high 10's low 11's compression ratio and therfore
decided to run a blend of race fuel with an octane rating near 100. After
the Dyno run I
realized that the cam is doing nothing to help the engine make power and it
was evident in the numbers. Don't get me wrong it sounds great but its not
much in the power department, but thats the cams design I guess. The car
made 301 RWHP and 331 FT LBS of Torque.
We changed the carb to a 650 double pumper and were expecting better
results since the 850 is quite large for the engine but to no avail. The
carb change only produced 2 more rwhp and 1 more ft lbs of torque. Not
worth the expense of changing it especially for what ill be using it for.
I will be changing the manifold to a single plane and the cam will be
changed for something more aggresive like comp cams XR292HR-10. Hopefully
this will get a little more power out of the sucker.
Thanks for watching
1967 Chrysler Marine 318 shop run
Running a 1967 Chrysler 318 we fully rebuilt in our shop before it gets
installed back in the customers boat.
360 Mopar Dyno Test AIRWOLF 220 heads 522hp
360 Test engine specs
4.040 bore x 3.58 stroke
Stock Crank Turned 10/10
Scatt I beam Rods 7/16 bolts
Probe Flat top pistons 1/16 1/16 3/16 ring package
Engle Hyd flat tappet 241/241 @ .050 .367 Lobe 110 LSA
AIRWOLF 220 Heads
Beehive Spings Set up for Hyd flat tappet 145lbs on the seat 395 lbs open
1.6 rockers .588 lift intake and Exhaust
Dr J's Ported Weiand X-Celerator
Holley Ultra Hp 950
TTI headers 1 5/8 -1 3/4 chassis headers
30wt dello 400 oil
Milodon oil and windage try
Mopar stroker 318 on the dyno Dyno pull of my 318
with a 4" stroker kit, bringing the displacement to 390 cubic inches. It's
a very simple and mild street engine combo, consisting of 9.3:1
compression, a mild hydraulic cam, and bowl ported but otherwise stock
truck magnum heads. Special thanks to Performance Only in Delray Beach, FL
for the excellent machine work and the building of the engine. Thanks to
Eddie "Elvis" Miller at The Engine Works for working the Dyno.
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71 Scamp ,650 Hp Small Block, 4 spd ,Test drive.
More power than you would ever need on the street, the shift light comes on
at 7000 rpm, 4:88 gears with a 30 x 11.5 M/T radial slick and it brakes
loose at the touch of the throttle. I don't even get it out of third gear.
Here is my Combo
71 Scamp Street /strip car,
4 spd 833 Trans Alum Case super pro shifted by Liberty
Clutch is by Advanced Clutches
2900 lbs me in car 4.88 gears 29.5 x 10.5 m/t slicks
Custom built tube front end, coil over, Rear is 3 link coil over
R3 block, 4.070 bore 416 CI
4" Scat light weight Pro Comp Crank
Scat H beam Rods with 2000 ARP bolts
Diamond pistons 11.30/1 W 65cc camber heads.
Solid roller, Bullet Cam, grind # CRA 298/307-08R
Part # 504000
T&D Rockers 1.65/1 makes about .700 lift
Indy heads #230-2 fully CNC ported and built by Shady dell speed shop Flow
325 @ 700 lift
Indy intake manifold #360-3 also ported and blended
860 Pro systems Carb built for my combo
Kevko racing oil pan
Engine Building Part 1: Blocks
This is the first in an engine building series that focuses on blocks. I
talk about general machining and options for rebuilding or starting a new
SLANT 6 Mopar or No Car!
Mopars and very attractive women.....Mopars Kicking ASS! What more can you
If you like what you hear, come and visit me at CDBaby!
In case anyone is curious, yes, I've owned tons of Mopar products! There
is a SRT4 in my driveway right now. I've had Coronet R/T's, Challenger RT,
Demon's, 300's, SRT8's, I love em all! And I have no problem with other
cool Musclecars. I even own a Buick with a V6 that is fairly
quick......However....I loves me Mother Mopar!
I'm back in the old school! I have a "NEW" 70 Coronet R/T! Burnt
Orange/White interior numbers matching, bla bla bla bla!!! Will post pics
of it in my new Mopar song. Yeah, I'm doing another one, yeah I'm corny!
Actually 2 tunes. One, I penned back in the mid 80's called Red Light. It
was about my 69 R/T.
Mopar 318 Dyno Test
Run in and tuned after a rebuild.
The sound cuts out it was so loud but it comes back in roaring!