World's First Blown 440 Small Block Mopar on E-85 and built by Muscle Motors (MI)
To my knowledge this is the world's first 671 supercharged 440 CI small
block Mopar that exceeded 1,000 HP with Edelbrock heads (ported and
polished) and "old school" custom Offy manifold. This was designed by me
but built by Muscle Motors in Michigan. The goal was 800 HP but the engine
Dyno'd at 1,020!!!!
This is going into my pro-street 1971 Dodge Demon. I have the Dyno sheet but Muscle motors
didn't show it on the video nor did they put in their name...need
marketing help in my opinion.
753 hp 340 smallblock duster with 612 pounds of torque
i have this up here purely for the burnout that i was so shocked by. i
stopped taping and just watched it myself. then came back to reality and
found the car. something happened to the car on the starting line. it
didn't want to stay still
The Ultimate Small Block Stroker Engine Build -- Part 1
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The first video in a series building a big inch stroker motor. We're
cramming 427 cubic inches into a small block Chevy with all off-the-shelf
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Mopar 426 small block stroker on test stand
Freshly built 360 small block Mopar stroked to 426 cubes on engine break-in
stand. This is after cam break-in with mufflers and oil change/valve lash.
Pump gas engine going in Original paint 78 Lil Red Express truck. Should be
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.
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428 Cubic Inch INDY 360-1 Head Small Block Mopar Dyno Test
Shady Dell Speed Shop 428" Engine on the Dyno. 4.125" bore R3 48 degree
race block, 4.0" stroke, INDY 360-1 245 CNC heads, 2.125"/1.60" valves,
SDSS 272/275 @ .050" Solid Roller camshaft, 11.6:1 compression, pump gas,
INDY 360-3R intake, 950 Holley ultra HP Carb. 712 HP @ 7000 RPM, 603 FT LBS
TQ @ 5500 RPM.
Dyno pull of my 318 stroker (390) 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 iron
magnum truck heads. It made 367 HP @ 5,300 rpm, and 407 foot pounds of
torque @ 4,100 rpm. This engine is going in my 1989 Jeep Wrangler.
Special thanks to Performance Only in Delray Beach, FL for the excellent
machine work, building of the engine and tuning. Thanks to Eddie "Elvis"
Miller at The Engine Works for working the Dyno and providing tuning
Steve Clukey's Wheelstanding Small Block Duster
Three passes of Steve Clukey's Duster at the Jet Cars Under the Stars race
at New England Dragway August 7, 2010. Steve (Stick Man) Clukey is the
original owner of this 1970 Plymouth Duster. This is a new small block 340
Stroker motor pulling 753hp on the Dyno, and he went with a Lenco 4
speed for the first time ever this year. Steve's Duster had special options
for the marker lights that would become standard on the 1971 Duster. About
a month ago he pulled a wiring harness out of the junkyard from a '71
Duster, and bingo...all the lights are working now! The 9.23 is the
quickest the car has gone with the new combination ytd. The paint job is
from Steve Cultrerra from Kittery Me, the same guy who crew chiefed for
John Montecalvo's Moutain Motor Pro Stock.
Demon - Third Pull
'72 Demon 340/727, third of five pulls on DynoJet, 279.7 WHP & 306.65
lb-ft @ 6,000 RPM, 4-3-08.