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318 Chrysler Dyno Pull

Shady Dell Speed Shop 318 Cubic Inch small block Mopar being Dyno tested. Mild restoration engine for one owner 1968 Dodge Charger. 650 Holley, 8.2:1 compression, Edelbrock RPM intake, 1.88" valve 1968 318 heads, 204/214 @ .050" .422"/.444" hydraulic flat tappet camshaft. 283 HP @4900 RPM, 355 TQ @ 3800 RPM.


 


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mopar chrysler 318 v8 thumpr cam
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