Mean 572 CI Chrysler Hemi. 615 HP. Nelson Racing Engines. NRE. Super Street. Charger.

Tom Nelson Dynos this great all aluminum Chrysler Hemi. Dual Carbs. Great sound. Go to http://nelsonracingengines.com. Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com. See some of NRE engines in production at end of video. Very streetable motor.

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Chrysler Hemi Monster! 1600 HP 572 TT Chrysler Hemi from Nelson Racing Engines. View in HD.
Check out this new NRE design. NRE's Tom Nelson explaind this new design and talks about what is in the pipe line at NRE and Nelson Supercars. More info and downloadable videos for your IPOD/PS3 at http://nelsonracingengines.com. Watch this cool video in HD. Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com.





572 Cu In Streetable Big Block With 750HP
http://www.proformanceunlimited.com/ Live engine run of a Chevy 572 big block...engine will be run in a '66 Chevy Chevelle...Proformance Unlimited...There is no other Our staff is available to assist you with any questions you may have Monday-Friday 8am-5pm 800-267-3940 or via email info@proformanceunlimited.com We look forward to speaking with you.





True 426 HEMI Horsepower 'The Keeper'
Welcome to Nick's Garage! Nick is just getting started on YouTube, but he's no novice when it comes to building engines for some of the most exciting cars anywhere. Nick wants to get things started here with a special build, so he's letting you in on the rebirth of his own classic 426 HEMI. This power plant made a name for itself 5 decades ago, and now we're all going to watch and listen as it is brought back to life and then pushed beyond the red line. Chrysler claimed 425 horsepower back in the day, let's find out what it makes today as Nick goes looking for True 426 HEMI horsepower!





383 Chevy vs. 383 Mopar! - Engine Masters Ep. 3
It’s our first head-to-head shootout with two engines: a Blueprint Engines crate Chevy 383 small-block versus a hand-built Mopar 383 by Engine Masters host Steve Dulcich. To make this a fair test, we equalized as many variables as possible: both engines use the same carburetor and the same type of ignition, intake manifold, camshaft, compression ratio, oil pan, and oil. Both use the best iron cylinder heads available from the OE manufacturer. So what’s your guess? Which engine will make the most average horsepower and torque? Find out the surprising answer and have some fun with David Freiburger, Steve Dulcich, and Steve Brule in this episode of Engine Masters, presented by Amsoil. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook -http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/HotRodEngineMasters Instagram @EngineMasters




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