Mopar 340 4 barrel 0-60 run

7 seconds is pretty good for my 2.94 rear end and my heavy flippin car! My old 318 took 14 seconds to get to 60!!! now its cut in half thanks to my 340 4 barrel :) il do another one when i get my 3.55 rear end.

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Visit to see this awesome classic 1971 Plymouth Cuda for sale from San Francisco Sports Cars. Lemon Twist Yellow w/ black leather interior. Very rare 1 of 1 Plymouth Cuda with factory 340 4 barrel and lots of options: -Rear spoiler -Bill board side trim -Leather -Slapstick auto transmission -Wood wheel -Rim blow horn -Shaker hood -Rallye wheels -Body colored grille -Chrome racing mirrors This rare car is featured on pages 62-63 of Jim Schild's book Challenger & Barracuda 1970-1974 Take a look at the full photo and video shoot at the link above and then give me a call to make an offer. Asking $74,994 obo. Contact: San Francisco Sports Cars 191 Industrial Rd San Carlos, CA 94070 Brad Goldstone 415-847-4169 Thanks for looking and enjoy the show! Don't forget to Like us on Facebook for more exotic car fun! or just because all the cool people are there. :)

Mopar 340 on dyno pretty close to stock
It is widely believed that the output of the 340 was "under-rated" by Mopar as a sales tactic to get around big insurance premiums for the would be car buyer. IT IS TRUE!!! Here is a pretty close to stock build that surpassed the "275hp" rating by quite a bit. 73 block and main caps, 3418915 J heads, cast iron stock intake 2531915, factory forged crank, windage tray, 273 rods w/ floating pins, comp cam XE268H-10. On the Dyno it made 367hp at 5800 rpms and 375ft lbs of torque at 4100 rpms!!! Here is a link to my restoration in progress!!!! barracuda+fastback

Al Young's 1973 Plymouth Road Runner on Autobahn - Mopar 340
Al Young in his 1973 Road Runner - Summer 2014 Autobahn