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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! Facebook - & Instagram @EngineMasters

Sehr Performance Machine / Mike's 383 Mopar
Mike found us in the AutaBuy Magazine and did some research on us. Satisfied with what he found he made contact and we went to work. He was looking for a 383 to put in his 1964 Dodge, Polara 4 speed car. He isn't going to the drag strip with the car and just wanted some reliable, original, 'Old School' horsepower for it. To that end we built his 383 with loads of bottom end torque and horsepower that is similar to what was available in 1964. We did bring his build into the 21st Century with a few upgrades like an SFI flywheel and balancer, new clutch assembly, new 750 cfm Quick Fuel carb and an Aluminum Dual Plane intake. ACL bearings and FelPro gaskets were used throughout with Melling doing the duties on the timing set, oil and water pumps. To get rid of the waste gases we also got Mike a set of Hedman ceramic-coated headers.

SRT-4 vs. Plymouth Belvedere
Here's a mildly modded `04 SRT-4 Neon going up against a 383-4spd `65 Plymouth Belvedere. I have no idea who these guys are but they've got some nice cars.

AMAZING MOPAR HOARD-facebook live video
Mopar Dan and I did a facebook live video of the MOPAR HOARD