Mopar 408ci Small Block on Dyno

This is a video of the third start-up with my freshly built stroker motor for my '72 Dodge Demon 340. This build uses a late 360 block, Mopar cam, original J heads with some work done, Edelbrock intake, TTI headers, Eagle crank, original iron 340 rods, Venolia pistons, 1.5 ratio roller rockers, Fel-Pro & Mopar gaskets, and all ARP hardware.

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