How much horsepower can you get out of a 340 Mopar?
With the single four-barrel cast-iron factory dual-plane intake and exhaust manifolds, the basically stock 340 revealed the glorious truth with 320.3 horsepower at 5,500 rpm.
How much horsepower does a 340 motor have?
The 340 was still the LA power king, with 240 gross horsepower and 290 lb-ft of toruqe – when the 360 was rated at 175 hp and 285 lb-ft. The engine gained 5 pound-feet of torque in the 1973 model year; that would be its last performance.
What is a 340 wedge?
Wedge engines featured an angled combustion chamber that provided a more efficient intake and exhaust of air, fuel and gases. In particular, the 340 Wedge was a small-block Mopar engine that featured the angled valve train and combustion chamber of a standard 340 V-8.
How many cubic inches is a 389 bored 30 over?
Pontiac Blocks- Bore and Stroke
|PONTIAC ENGINE CHART|
|389 CU. IN.||Stock Bore||3.750|
What is the cubic inch of a 318 bored 60 over?
60 over with a 4″ stroke will give you about 395 ci.
Can You rebuild a 340 Mopar without a stroker crank?
If you are rebuilding a 340 Mopar and want a stronger rotating assembly, but do not want to go to a stroker crank, we have a stock stroke 340 competition kit for you in addition to the 340 and 360 stroker kits. We offer stock stroke 360 rotating assemblies, Dodge, Plymouth, Mopar 360 stroker kits, and Dodge 5.9L Magnum stroker kits.
Who builds the 340 Stroker assembly kit?
All balanced rotating assembly kits are completed in house by CNC-Motorsports. If you don’t see the 340 stroker kit you’re wanting feel free to call or email our experienced staff today. We’ll take you there now!
Why choose Eagle small block Mopar stroker engine kits?
Our Eagle small block Mopar stroker engine kits offer a great balance of strength, performance, dependability and affordability.
What kind of engine do you have in the 360 Mopar?
We have the 360 Mopar based engines covered with Eagle stock stroke rotating assemblies and Eagle 360 stroker kits and 5.9L Magnum stroker kits in both the basic street strip type and the full competition kits. These kits are available balanced or un-balanced if you prefer to have your local machine shop do the balance work for you.