For over 35 years Indy Cylinder Head has supplied the aftermarket with high-quality engine parts and complete engines. Their secret is simple-they transferred their years of racing experience into their parts. Through thorough engineering and extensive testing they've been able to assemble the perfect combinations of blocks, cylinder heads, manifolds, pistons, camshafts, and every other engine component used to produce the ultimate in power. The ICH 415-Magnum is the most recent addition to the company's broad selection of high-performance Mopar crate engines. The 415-Magnum is an ideal powerplant for your next classic Dodge pickup project. This muscular 520hp crate motor is based on a fully blueprinted Magnum block and fitted with a 4.00-inch stroke steel crank, Eagle SIR rods, Wiseco Pro-Tru forged pistons, Total Seal rings, a COMP Cams hydraulic roller cam (.580/.578-236/242 at .050) and a hefty 10.0:1 compression ratio. Of course, the 415 sports a pair of Indy's venerable ported MA-X cylinder heads and an Indy Magnum Mod dual-quad manifold topped by a pair of 500-cfm Edelbrock carbs. Finishing off the 415 are a pair of Magnum black valve covers, a Moroso oil pan, and a Mopar electronic distributor complete with wires.
The LS3 416 configurations boast a 6.2L LS3 aluminum block, L92/LS3 cylinder heads, a Mast Motorsports Camshaft, Mahle forged and coated pistons, a 4.070 bore and 4.000 stroke and an 11.2:1 compression ratio. The LS3 416 sports a 6,800-rpm rev limit and produces 580 hp at 6,100 rpm and a stout 535 lb-ft of torque at 5,800 rpm. All Mast Motorsports crate engines undergo highly sophisticated dyno testing on an in-house SuperFlow NSCR SF-902 engine dyno. Each engine is precision calibrated using Mast's exclusive M-90 fully sequential ECM with integrated wideband O2 and wideband knock sensor capability. Initial knock testing and validation uses real time in cylinder pressure measurement for maximum power under any condition with zero engine knock, allowing safe operation of these engines at peak power levels using any given premium 91- to 93-octane fuel. Once the engine dyno testing is completed, Mast then installs the engine in its actual application to perform transient testing and finalize the calibration.
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New Mopar 572ci HEMI V-8 engine: With 650 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque, this new monster engine is the centerpiece of Mopar's crate engine program. It continues the heritage of the 1960s HEMI engines made popular in vehicles including the "HEMI Cuda," Plymouth Satellite and Dodge Charger. More than 100,000 Mopar parts, accessories, and performance parts are available for purchase online. Assembled by the experts at Mopar Performance, the 9.0:1 compression engines feature a heavy-duty cast-iron block with cross-bolt mains, 4.150-inch forged steel crank, forged aluminum pistons, and .525-inch intake/.507-inch exhaust lift hydraulic camshaft. They're topped off with cast-iron cylinder heads and a dual-plane aluminum manifold. Other components include Mopar electronic distributor, chrome valve covers and breathers, premium double-row roller timing chain and gears, front cover, spark plug wires, and rear-sump oil pan.
410 Magnum Six Pack Crate Engine
Nothing shrinks time and distance like cubic inches and a good induction system. Mopar's new 410 Magnum Stroker small-block has all the goods for whatever your application is. Basic ingredients include a new 340 block featuring a 9.7:1 compression ratio, four-bolt mains, high-flow Magnum R/T heads, high-lift hydraulic camshaft (248/248 at .050, .508 lift) and a 4.040 bore and 4.000 heavy-duty stroker cast crankshaft. Topped off with an impressive aluminum "Six Pack" intake manifold and Mopar cast-aluminum valve covers, and an 8-quart center sump street/strip oil pan. The 410 Magnum has the right stuff to impress the troops at the next classic truck show, not to mention the cruise nights.