How much horsepower did the 426 Hemi really have?
MoPar 426 Hemi
The 426 street Hemi was rated at 425 horsepower from the factory. This Chrysler dyno sheet from decades ago and this close-to-stock dyno session of a new 426 Hemi both put the gross horsepower rating at about 470 horsepower without full exhausts and other engine-driven accessories.
How fast is a V8 Hemi engine?
The 5.7L V8 HEMI® engine is available only on the R/T trim This engine offers 370 horsepower with 395 lb-ft of torque. With this powerful HEMI® upgrade, you’ll get a 0-60 mph of 5.2 seconds and a ¼ mile time of 13.7 seconds.
How much is a supercharged Hemi engine?
Add the Mopar™ Hellcrate 6.2-liter Supercharged HEMI® V-8 to the equation and you will enjoy the benefits of 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. The Mopar® Hellcrate 6.2-liter Supercharged HEMI® V-8 engine will start at $20,215.
What is the difference between 428 CJ and 428 SCJ?
First you have to start with the 428 v.s. the 428 CJ. The CJ block differs from the plain 428 due to the additional webs cast into the main bearing saddles. The SCJ block is the same as a CJ.
Are 383 and 440 same block?
440 is wider/taller than a 383, since it is a Raised block, or RB. The 383 is a B block. It will bolt to everything the 44o does, except perhaps the motor mounts.
Was there ever a 440 Hemi?
1966 Dodge Coronet 440 Convertible
But Mopar did have the Hemi, and a new street version made its debut with 426 cubic inches, two four-barrel carbs, and a 425-hp rating. … The rarest is the Hemi-powered Coronet 440 convertible (440 was the trim level not the engine). Only six were built.