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Ritter Racing Block [Re: Rocket] #2872111
01/10/21 02:02 PM
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Ritter Racing presents a brand new redesigned small block Mopar engine block that can withstand big HP and torque for all racing and street applications. This block was developed following more than 3 decades of racing, engine building and engineering experience.

Starting with a clean sheet of paper, the block was designed to improve upon the stock Chrysler engine blocks and Mopar Performance race blocks. Standard features of the Ritter Racing engine block include the use of high quality proprietary metal formulations to optimize metallurgy and structural integrity of the block. The oiling system features priority main bearing oiling and does not feed oil up to the lifters first like stock Mopar small blocks or Mopar Performance race blocks. Lifter bores are fed with oil pressure after oil is sent to the main bearing saddles. Thick deck and thick siamese cylinder walls allow for improved clamping loads, cylinder bore rigidity and ring sealing. Each block comes with standard small block Mopar LA motor mounts and bell housing bolt pattern and also uses standard cam timing means and oil pan rail and bolt pattern.

There are two base block models to choose from.

XR1

The XR1 model block is highly configurable. The standard features and list of available options include:
• Each bank of the block features 18 cylinder bolt holes designed for 10 bolt and 18 bolt small block Mopar cylinder heads including stock and stock replacement aftermarket heads, all “W” series Mopar Performance heads as well as Edelbrock, Indy and B1BA small block Mopar heads.
• Two available deck heights: (i) 9.600” or (ii) 9.200”
• Three main bearing sizes: (i) 340 Mopar main size (2.500” crankshaft journal), (ii) 360 Mopar main size (2.810” crankshaft journal) or (iii) 302 Ford main size (2.249” crankshaft journal)
• Two four bolt main cap types: (i) 5 billet main caps are standard or (ii) 5 nodular iron main caps are optional
• Two lifter angles available
o (i) 59 degree (stock small block Mopar lifter angle). 59 degree lifter angle blocks use the stock Mopar cam tunnel, lifter size of 0.904” and cam bearings
o (ii) 48 degree lifter angle. 48 degree lifter angle blocks come machined to the stock Mopar lifter size of 0.904” and are available with either (a) cam tunnels designed for 50mm roller bearings or (b) cam tunnels designed for 60mm roller bearings
• Two block materials available to choose from (i) iron or (ii) aluminum
• Wet sump and dry sump machining available
• Rough bored to either (i) 4.000” or (ii) 4.150”


XR2

The XR2 is designed to use the Mopar/Dodge P7 cylinder heads. The standard features and list of available options for the XR2 include:
• Each bank of the block deck features 20 cylinder head bolt holes.
• The cam tunnel and lifter machining is designed to use R5/P7 camshafts. The splayed lifter arrangement lifter angles are machined to 45 degrees and 51 degrees and the cam tunnel has 6 bearing saddles designed for 60 mm cam bearings.
• Two available deck heights: (i) 9.600” or (ii) 9.200”
• Two four bolt main cap types: (i) 5 billet main caps are standard or (ii) 5 nodular iron main caps are optional
• Two block materials available to choose from (i) iron or (ii) aluminum
• Wet sump and dry sump machining available
• Rough bored to either (i) 4.000” or (ii) 4.150”

Finally a new and improved small lock Mopar engine block has been designed and released that can be built from mild to wild. There is no better designed, stronger or more configurable block available on the market for the small block Mopar enthusiast. Final finish machining will be needed for final cylinder boring/honing preparation.

Configurations differing from these standard parameters and/or machining step deletions are available on a special order basis. (Example: eliminate the lifter bore machining steps to allow the customer to machine for custom lifters).

This block is approved for NHRA stock, super stock and competition eliminator applications.

Prices are based on the block model and features selected. Base price is $3,159 for either the XR1 or the XR2 model. Email at kent@ritter-racing.biz for details and availability.

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Mopar Gen III Hemi Intake Manifolds [Re: Ritter-Racing] #2872115
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I have new single plane intake manifolds available with either the Holley 4150 or Holley 4500 dominator flange for the Gen III hemi.

Gen. III Hemi single plane intake manifold with tall plenum and Holley 4150 carb flange is $625.

The Gen III hemi intake with a tall plenum and Holley 4500 dominator carb flange is $650.

Both the 4150 and 4500 versions of the intake can be machined with a lower plenum for an additional $25 charge.

Email at kent@ritter-racing.biz for details.

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Mopar LA Small Block W7, W8 & W9 Single Plane Intake Manifol [Re: Ritter-Racing] #2872116
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Mopar small bock single plane dry intake manifold, part number P5007420 intake for 9.0 to 9.2 deck height blocks are available in either the Holley 4150 or Holley 4500 dominator flange carb base versions.

Prices are $370.00 for the 4150 flange machined version and $395.00 for 4500 flange machined version.

These intakes are also available unmachined.

Email at kent@ritter-racing.biz for details.

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Re: Mopar LA Small Block W7, W8 & W9 Single Plane Intake Manifol [Re: Ritter-Racing] #2872575
01/11/21 01:32 PM
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New in the box Holley 5.7" Touch screen PN# 553-103 works with HP and Dominator systems. $450 shipped PM me if interested.

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1250 E-85 carb [Re: Azzkikrcuda] #2874002
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Pro Systems 1250 dominator for E-85. Carb is like new. Motor broke a roller lifter and took out camshaft.$1.000 or trade up or down on short block. pm with interest. Located north of Dayton Ohio. Birdtracker

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Re: 1250 E-85 carb [Re: birdtracker] #2874428
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Direct Connection B_RB porting templates with instructions in original packaging $50 shipped.Small block Billet 5" crank pully and 6.5" water pump pulley $100shipped.PM me

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MoPar Classic Oil Pressure Gauge [Re: moparts] #2876089
01/18/21 01:28 PM
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New Autometer MoPar Classic oil pressure gauge, electric, 2 1/16”. Bought this last summer to install in my GTX while the motor was out for rebuild. Didn’t get the motor back until Christmas so didn’t get a chance to install it until last week. Mounted the gauge under the dash, ran the wires, was just about set to enjoy it, then, BAM, tried to install the sending unit only to discover that it’s too large to mount in the port at the rear of the block. Instead of re-plumbing the mount I decided to install a mechanical gauge instead. That was actually what I had intended anyway, I didn’t pay attention when I ordered the gauge that it’s electrical. So while it did get mounted to dash, it’s never been used. $75.00 plus shipping. https://share.icloud.com/photos/0PmwlKyzFMTB2Cvzg9dYBdGiw#Thorntown. https://share.icloud.com/photos/0U-1w-wI4IA-zFFQ68AmCU-CA#Thorntown

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