Here you see a Chrysler 392 Hemi being started for the irst time. It just has been rebuilt by Daytona Auto Designing and is ready for sale.
Tuned and adjusted, it is ready to install in a vehicle.
Thanks for looking.
1957 Chrysler Hemi 354
See and hear a magnificent 1957 Chrysler Marine Hemi 354 gurgle then roar
in a bench test on December 23, 2011. The internal combustion engine has
reached a few pinnacles in the past 100 years, and this is certainly one of
them. Unsurpassed for looks, performance and sound, this engine will
easily deliver 300 horsepower to whatever lucky
boat you decide to put it in!
392 Chrysler Hemi Start Up
Built by Daytona Auto Designing, is a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 392cu engine.
Carburetion: 2X650 Holley 4 barrel, Tunnel ram intake. 300 duration
mechanical camshaft. MSD ignition system, make up 525 horsepower, and this monster
just wont stop.
'67 Chevy Pickup with 392 Chrysler Hemi
Jim has owned this truck for 38 years. The frame-up rebuild was done in
2006, and at that time he installed the1958, 392 Chrysler Hemi, that he
rebuilt (he used to build supercharged engines for street rods)......The
wheelbase was shortened to 100 inches in 1974......This truck has a lot of
history.....it towed and push-started his Top Fuel dragster (TF242) for 7
years covering over 400,000 miles. He took it for a ride on the local
drag strip last week....I included a short clip of it at the end of the
392 hemi aspen
this is my dodge apsen R/T 1980 with a 392 hemi engine from a 1958 chrylser
imperial (with a deffective carburetor trying to adjust it)
331 Hemi (6 X 2)
Here is my 55 331 CI Hemi (341CI after overbore).
The HP and Torque number I give at the end are just SWAGs those numbers
don't mean a lot to me anyway cause you can't drive a Dyno!!!!