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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: 5carguy] #3003905
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Which early hemi block did you choose and how big?
I got addicted to them in the early to late 1960s up
Converted to the 426 street Hemi on the first gas crunch in the 1970s boogie
I wish I had the foresight to buy as many of the street Hemi cars on the use car lots that I could have afforded for $300.00 to $1000.00 each back then shruggy I didn't realcrazy whiney


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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Cab_Burge] #3004080
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528 all aluminum hemi . 692 hp and 612 tq.

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1973 Cuda 528 all aluminum Hemi, 4 speed, 3.23 Sure-Grip, (JA5) Silver Frost Metallic 1973 Challenger Rallye 340 1985 W150 Power Ram prospector 1986 Camaro IROC-Z 305 tpi
Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Cab_Burge] #3004254
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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
Which early hemi block did you choose and how big?
I got addicted to them in the early to late 1960s up
Converted to the 426 street Hemi on the first gas crunch in the 1970s boogie
I wish I had the foresight to buy as many of the street Hemi cars on the use car lots that I could have afforded for $300.00 to $1000.00 each back then shruggy I didn't realcrazy whiney


It's a 392 .030 over.Dyers 6-71 blower with twin 780s

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: 5carguy] #3004349
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Do you know which casting the block is, RR, A-1 or the other one?
The reason I ask is I've own all 3 and would use the A1 casting with the stronger main webbing for the blower motor up


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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Cab_Burge] #3004595
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according to one book i have, the A-1 casting indicates the block was cast at the foundry at 8 Mile Road & Mound Road.
H H indicates the Highland/Hamtramck foundry [mostly for Dodge vehicles/trucks]
the CWC mark was the Chrysler Windsor Canada foundry.
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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Cab_Burge] #3004611
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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
I built a 572 C.I. pump gas street Hemi motor for a local customer for his 1971 Challenger, he will drive it to local cruise and car shows.
I used a World block bored to 4.500 and a 4.500 stroke crankshaft, 10.8 to 1 compression, dual EFI throttle bodies on a Stage 5 single plane dual throttle body intake manifold FHO rocker arms, solid roller EFI street cam.
Mopar 1970/1971 stock street hemi oil pan and pickup, Holley EFI and ignition.
It made 799 HP at 6500 RPM, and it made 704 Ft. Lbs. from 3500 RPM to 732 peak torque at 5400 RPM with 732 Ft. lbs. with 705 Ft. lbs. at 5900 RPM on 91 octane CA pump swill.
it should be a real hoot to drive on the street boogie devil


I can say i like the sounds of this power level.

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Mally69] #3004642
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Originally Posted by Mally69
Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
I built a 572 C.I. pump gas street Hemi motor for a local customer for his 1971 Challenger, he will drive it to local cruise and car shows.
I used a World block bored to 4.500 and a 4.500 stroke crankshaft, 10.8 to 1 compression, dual EFI throttle bodies on a Stage 5 single plane dual throttle body intake manifold FHO rocker arms, solid roller EFI street cam.
Mopar 1970/1971 stock street hemi oil pan and pickup, Holley EFI and ignition.
It made 799 HP at 6500 RPM, and it made 704 Ft. Lbs. from 3500 RPM to 732 peak torque at 5400 RPM with 732 Ft. lbs. with 705 Ft. lbs. at 5900 RPM on 91 octane CA pump swill.
it should be a real hoot to drive on the street boogie devil


I can say i like the sounds of this power level.


Thats what 25 to 30 grand will buy you.

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: NITROUSN] #3004693
01/12/22 06:14 PM
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Originally Posted by NITROUSN
Originally Posted by Mally69
Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
I built a 572 C.I. pump gas street Hemi motor for a local customer for his 1971 Challenger, he will drive it to local cruise and car shows.
I used a World block bored to 4.500 and a 4.500 stroke crankshaft, 10.8 to 1 compression, dual EFI throttle bodies on a Stage 5 single plane dual throttle body intake manifold FHO rocker arms, solid roller EFI street cam.
Mopar 1970/1971 stock street hemi oil pan and pickup, Holley EFI and ignition.
It made 799 HP at 6500 RPM, and it made 704 Ft. Lbs. from 3500 RPM to 732 peak torque at 5400 RPM with 732 Ft. lbs. with 705 Ft. lbs. at 5900 RPM on 91 octane CA pump swill.
it should be a real hoot to drive on the street boogie devil


I can say i like the sounds of this power level.


Thats what 25 to 30 grand will buy you.


Correct me if I'm wrong Cab, but isn't this that same engine?

I thought I remembered on one of the old threads Nedbal jumped in and posted this video, but he doesn't seem to come to this board anymore.



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Either way the EFI wont be the route i take. Id rather use a carb. One big part of the budget is paying someone to assemble it. I can def assemble my own which should save me some loot.

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Mally69] #3005236
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so when it's together, you stick it in my car to "break it in" ? whistling biggrin
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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Mally69] #3005277
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Originally Posted by Mally69
Either way the EFI wont be the route i take. Id rather use a carb. One big part of the budget is paying someone to assemble it. I can def assemble my own which should save me some loot.


Same.

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: moparx] #3005388
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Originally Posted by moparx
so when it's together, you stick it in my car to "break it in" ? whistling biggrin
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Id come over and help put it, just buy the parts

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Mally69] #3005578
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ratz............i just knew there would be a catch................ laugh2
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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: moparx] #3006022
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Originally Posted by moparx
ratz............i just knew there would be a catch................ laugh2
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whistling haha

Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: ZIPPY] #3006060
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Your correct, that is the same motor up
it is still not in the car due to the dang body shop not finishing the paint and body work three years later puke rant down


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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Cab_Burge] #3006521
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My little ole 528" street car. 2 kits just in case I am running late for work.

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Re: Show me your hemi builds [Re: Mally69] #3008305
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