Uploaded by Arturo Lozada on April 15, 2018 at 10:59 am
Chrysler Fire Power 331 HEMI engine assembly
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great engine, great assembling, but WORST cyclic music!
That was awesome
Hevy, but sacrifices must be made for those horses.
No start up???
Would have loved to hear it run
great job and really beautiful looking engine = you have a good eye = a roller cam well done and thank you sir – 331 !
Just curious what year this engine is and what car it went into
All that careful work, and you mount a shitty Fram Filter on it? Awful.
I can't watch this cause of that damn cow bell
Whos Intake was that?
We need an update video. Great job
holy shit the music is fucking annoying
Was the time lapse just too fast? That was the cleanest cam & crank install I've ever seen. When was the assembly lube smeared on? Or is your philosophy pre-oiling just prior to first start?
Beautifuljob. I love the tri carb setup:)
good video rely enjoyable but the same short audio clip over and over is annoying
Beautiful engine. Long live the Hemi
Cool motor I got a 55 Chrysler I'm going to be doing soon I will watch the video again but with the volume down that cow bell drives me crazy
If you read this Manuel, I hope you and all your loved ones (toys too!) are okay and make it through hurricane Maria in #1 condition. Stay safe & dry my friend.
SWEET! Since you went with a roller cam I assume You built it to to wind pretty tight and it certainly should. Question- what trans are you mating up to that long bell block? I've got a '51 331 long bell in the garage I'm planning on punching out to the 354 bore but I still haven't decided whether to mill it off and go to the late model pattern or go with a plate, your thoughts? Anyway, congrats on your choice, the world doesn't need another SBC in a rod and just the sight of an early hemi tooling down the road makes me grin- hearing it revving skyward always a plus! Enjoy it.
Specs: 0.040 over ROSS pistons for 10:5 CR, stock rods and crank, ARP rod bolts, ARP crank and heads studs, 292 x 450 cam, original valvetrain with Smith adjustable pushrods and mopar 340 double roller timing chain and oil pump. Hot Heads intake with 3×2 Rochester setup.
Great build! I'm curious about the specs if you wouldn't mind sharing them. And I hope the HEMI found a good home in that sweet red coupe behind you. 😀
Cool engine build!