Dodge Dakota Mopar Express 360 V8 Swap

Here is an engine shot of the Dakota... 360 loves the rpm!!!

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Backyard Engine Swap! 200*Degrees
This time on 200*Degrees we swap in a 4.7L V8 from a 99 Jeep into Tyler's 2002 Dodge Dakota because his truck spun a bearing! Thanks to Canada's weather we work in snow, rain, +30 degree heat over the course of a week. We also pretend to challenge Roadkill but fail miserably! Rate comment or subscribe!

Big Block Dakota, Start-up and Idle
98 club cab Dakota with a 383 big block, manual transmission engine makes 500 hp, 535 tq. (Ignore my lame commentary)

Preview: Dodge Dakota V8 Swap
The preview video for my series on swapping a smallblock Chrysler V8 into a first gen 1987-90 Dodge Dakota

1994 Dodge T/A Dakota 360
This is my dads 94' Dodge Dakota just after finishing a 318 to 360 Swap. It has the following: Engine - Indy Max cylinder heads - Stainless steel headers - Ported and polished throttle body - M1 intake manifold - Custom made fuel rails (not on the engine yet) - New water pump, timing chain, oil pump and engine mounts - Adjustable roller rockers Exterior - Custom two tone paint job, semi gloss black over 1970 Hemi orange - Hybrid AAR Cuda stripe - 1970 T/A Challenger hood scoop (Fully functional) - Lund rear roll pan - Stillen front air dam - Homemade custom grill - Custom rims - Belltech lowering kit 2" in the front 4" in the back Interior - Mazda MX-6 power bucket seats - 1970 Dodge Challenger centre console - B&M mega shifter - Interior panels changed from blue to black - Custom stitched black suede door inserts - Black suede headliner and sun visors - New black carpet - Road Runner "Beep Beep" horn - Custom subs and amp rack in the back - Custom laser cut and polished stainless steel subwoofer grills that match the rims - Mileage computer from a 1994 Chrysler LHS - Accent Trim panels painted 1970 Hemi orange - A pillar pod with AutoMeter oil pressure and temp gauge - Custom head unit with 7" flip up screen - White faced gauge overlays that light up blue to match the deck and gauges Thanks for watching.