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Updated on Apr 23, 2013
440 Demon / 4 Speed
Fresh 440 built from a 1978 NOS warranty replacement short block. Block was bored and honed .020 with deck plates, steel crank polished, reconditioned rods, and assembly balanced!
462 Heads were completely dissassembled, milled and ground for piston clearence, bronze silicone guides and hardened exhaust seats
Nitraded COMP Cams Xtreme Energy Hi-Lift Cam 525 lift / 232 duration, 9.5:1 Keith Black forged dome shaped pistons, Sealed power piston rings, Clevite main and rod bearings, Smith Brother push rods, COMP Cams Pro Magnum Shaft Mount Roller Rocker Arm assembly, COMP valve springs and retainers, Johnson lifters, Billet double roller timing chain, Melling oil pump, Dual friction Centerforce clutch, reproduction aluminum bellhousing, Wilwood hydraulic clutch actuator system (no Z-bar!), Champion aluminum radiator, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, Holley 750, refinished Schumacher headers, alternator, Mopar Voltage regulator
April 09: my brother-in-law suggested I call his friend, he thought his father had a 440 short block.
I made the call and found out that, not only did he have a the 440, but it was new!
The 440 was a factory built warranty replacement short block, built in 1978. It was never used, never built, never turned, never painted! It was still coated in cosmoline to prevent rust and still had its Chrysler part tag attached.
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nice work nice mopar all 5 *****
Mopar or No car!!!!!!!!!!!!
Clean Demon, 440 will kick ass, Mopar gets 5 stars all day!
Yo Sean. Have to hit some car show together this summer! 5 stars!
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