1968 Plymouth Barracuda 426 Hemi Under the Hood

250$ Free: http://GasGiftCard.pl.am 1968 Plymouth Barracuda 426 Hemi Under the Hood this is a nice Video if you want to see more http://GasGiftCard.pl.am Liked the Video ? 1968 Plymouth Barracuda 426 Hemi Under the Hood www.e-motorclassics.com Hemi Engine History A Chrysler Hemi engine is one of three different internal combustion engine families from the Chrysler Corporation that are Hemi engines; in other words, they utilize a hemispherical combustion chamber. A hemispherical cylinder head allows the valves to be inline rather than side-by-side, which gives a straighter, simpler airflow path, allows large valves, and gives greater efficiency. The hemi design places the sparkplug in the center, giving more even ignition. The advantages of the hemi cylinder head come at the disadvantage of requiring intake and Exhaust valve stems that point in different directions, requiring much more complicated rocker arm setups in overhead valve engines. These also increase the space taken up by the cylinder head; Hemi engines are not space-efficient. The hemispherical head designed engines were the first engines in 1964 to officially use the "Hemi" name, a word Chrysler trademarked. All Chrysler Hemi engines of the 1960s displaced 426 in³ (7.0 L). Although just 11,000 Hemi engines were produced for consumer sale, the engine became legendary, with "Hemi" becoming one of the most familiar automobile-related words in the United States. The 426 Hemi was nicknamed the "elephant engine" at the time, a reference to its far-from-compact dimensions and extraordinary power.

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For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/83q5r5k If you're a fellow enthusiast who's looking to satisfy an unrelenting need to go fast and make a big statement, this award winning A-Body is just your style! Completed in November of last year, this clean classic is the direct product of an intense build and world class artistic talent. Its build began with a body that was stripped and dipped to remove every remnant of rust and pitting which is typically left behind by traditional metalwork. Once that body was completely sanitized, an experienced builder came out of retirement to tap its panels into better than factory straight condition. With test fitting complete, Tom Argue of Tom Argue Design laid down a great looking Viper Black and Viper Orange color combination, and executed a full detail which included intricate Metallic Gray and Silver divider stripes, body-matched jams, and spectacular ghosted Barracudas. Once that brilliant paint was dry, the car was shipped to final assembly and buffed to the kind of expo center shine that anchors vendor booths and graces marketing materials. Carefully raise the car's bright orange hood and you'll find 605 cubic inches of naturally aspirated Hemi power! With a nasty 11.3 to 1 compression ratio, and enough torque to drag the Chrysler building from New York to New Jersey, this solid mounted Indy block is an all-aluminum Mopar monster which is capable of producing some flat out scary trap speeds! Inside the massive Hemi hood scoop, a low profile air cleaner feeds two 600 cfm Holley 4-barrel carburetors which send a 50/50 mix of racing fuel and 94 octane pump gas into a Mopar Performance cross ram intake. At the sides of that intake, Indy Legion heads bridge the gap between slick aluminum valve covers that are fitted with silver Moroso breathers and Wiseco pistons that are connected to a Callies Magnum crankshaft. And at the front of that intake a billet points distributor, which is spun by a Comp Cams hydraulic camshaft, sends fire from an MSD coil to loomed Moroso Ultra 40 Race Wires. Lubrication for the big engine is provided by a Keith Black oil system which shuttles fluid between a front mount cooler, an Oberg Tattle Tale filter and a Charlie's eight quart aluminum pan. Cooling comes courtesy of a high flow aluminum radiator which shoots water past a giant pulley fan and a polished overflow tank to a billet thermostat housing. And Exhaust duties are handled by a sweet set of custom fabricated stainless steel headers. Behind the Hemi, a five clutch A727 Torqueflite heavy duty transmission shifts quickly and efficiently while a 3,000 RPM stall converter provides wheel stand inducing bite during hard launches. Out back there's a fresh Strange Dana 60 Posi-traction rear end which is equipped with both a spool and pavement pounding 4.11 gears. And at the front of the car, modern rack and pinion steering provides the kind of quick reflexes needed to counter the big engines straight line fury. Stops come courtesy of a Baer four wheel disc system which squeezes giant calipers around an impressive set of drilled and slotted rotors. Exhaust rolls from the aforementioned custom headers into vicious sounding custom stainless steel pipes that are complete with an X-pipe crossover and slick Magnaflow mufflers. And momentum builds via proven 15 inch Weld Pro Star aluminum wheels which wear giant Hoosier Pro Street radials. Open this A-Body's solid closing doors and take in its custom Saddle interior which, as a combination of serious hardware and lavish aesthetics, serves as the perfect Jekyll to the car's 605 cubic inch Hyde. The first thing you'll notice is leather front bucket and rear bench seats that are so soft and supple they'd be more at home living life 100 miles at a time as opposed to a quarter mile at a time. Between those seats, a new Hurst Pro Matic 2 shifter ratchets toward an obligatory fire extinguisher. In front of those seats, a custom dash hangs classic white-faced Auto Meter gauges inside a slick and subtle faux carbon fiber insert. And in front of the driver, a three-spoke aluminum steering wheel spins a classy wood rim around a tilt column that's complete with a full set of billet stalks. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!




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