Mopar 340 engine

Mopar 1971 340 c.i.d. engine 1st start-up after total rebuild by FTTC Automotive Department instructor.

More Videos...


MOPAR Love - Power Wagon 340 On The Dyno!
What is not to love about a sweet MOPAR 340 on the Dyno? You might remember this engine from the shop tour, a little while ago. Now, the V8 is back together and sporting a fresh coat of paint, ready for a break in run. And Nick Panaritis is just the man for the job. Nick's Garage shirts: https://teespring.com/nick-s-garage-big-logo-tee http://www.mechanick.ca/Home.html --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------- "Groundwork", "Severe Tire Damage" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/





340 Mopar Test Run
This is an all #'s matching 1970 340 Mopar motor & trans being sold on Ebay. This is a test run on the ground by father and son.





dart gts 1969 340 vs hemi gtx
mopars at the strip 2010 orsa sweden. dart GTS 340 stroker vs hemi gtx 67





Sehr Performance Machine / Franks 340 6 Pack
Frank's build started off with him bringing in just the cylinder heads and 6 Pack intake for a MOPAR 340 that he was going to assemble himself. He wanted us to go through them to get them ready for assembly. This included shot blasting and stress relieving the heads, new hardened seats, valve job, guide work, some bowl blending and port matching, milling the heads, new dual valve springs, retainers, locks and of course new Viton positive seals. We also upgraded his cam with a custom ground, Comp hydraulic flat tappet piece and new lifters. His next batch of parts included his block and rotating assembly. We got everything cleaned up and crack checked and commenced bringing everything back to better than new condition. Frank also gave us the task of finding an original MOPAR fuel block and linkage for his 6 Pack set up. At about this point in time Frank decided to let Scott do the assembling and he had us break in his new engine and sort out the carbs for him as well. For the money he had into it he really didn't want to blow it on a possible missed step. All the data gathered on the Dyno greatly simplified the whole process and Frank has the data that shows what he's got.




Follow