2009 Mopar Performance Catalog

Mopar HEMI 2nd Generation Engines

528 Hemi Crate Engine- 640 Horsepower

First on our list is the large 528 HEMI engine block. Bigger is truly better in high-performance engines. Mopar has engineered an amazing 528 HEMI Crate, that can push a solid 640-horsepower and 612 ft.-lbs of torque. This was no small feat.

Specifications:

· Built with All-New Components

· Heavy-Duty, Siamese-Bore Cast Iron Block with Cross-Bolted Mains

· Aluminum Cylinder Heads

· Black Cast Aluminum Valve Covers

· Breathers

· Stainless Steel 2.25" Intake and 1.94" Exhaust Valves

· Heavy-Duty Single Valve Springs

· Premium Material Valve Stem Seals

· Camshaft grind selected by Ray Barton for Mopar's 528 Hemi

· Forged Pistons - 4.50" Bore, 10.0:1 C.R.

· Aluminum Single Plane Four-barrel Intake Manifold

· Forged Steel Crankshaft - 4.15" Stroke

· Precision Double Roller Timing Chain and Sprockets

· Chrome Front Cover

· Six-quart Center Sump Oil Pan (1970-71 B- and E-Body Style)

· Spark Plug Wires

· High-Performance Electronic Distributor

· Heavy-Duty Engine Stand and Shipping Crate


472 Hemi Crate Engine - 530 Horsepower

Second up is the smaller but powerful 472 cubic inch HEMI create by Mopar. This engine is capable of 530 horsepower, and even though the engine block is nearly 50 cubic inches smaller, we are seeing the trend of this engine block being utilized by many who are looking to give life to a true muscle car.

Specifications:

· Built with All-New Components

· Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Block with Cross-Bolted Mains

· Cast Iron Cylinder Heads

· Chrome Valve Covers

· Breathers

· Stainless Steel 2.25" Intake Valves and 1.94" Exhaust Valves

· Heavy-Duty Single Valve Springs with Dampers

· Premium Material Valve Stem Seals

· 301° Hydraulic Camshaft (248° duration @ .050") - 0.582"/0.563" Lift

· Forged Pistons - 4.250" Bore, 9.0:1 C.R.

· Aluminum Dual-Plane M1® Four-barrel Intake Manifold

· Forged Steel Crankshaft - 4.150" Stroke

· Premium Double Roller Timing Chain and Sprockets

· Front Timing Chain Cover

· Six-Quart Rear Sump Oil Pan (1970-71 B- and E-Body Style)

· 7 mm Silicone Spark Plug Wires

· Spark Plugs

· High-Performance Electronic Distributor

· Heavy-Duty Engine Stand and Shipping Crate

426 Hemi Crate Engine - 465 horsepower

Last on the list of the HEMI Generation II engine crates is the smaller and less powerful-but still incredibly forceful 426 HEMI. This engine crate may be the smallest of the three, but its ability to generate roughly 465-horsepower makes it anything but weak or even a runt of any litter.

Specifications:

· Built with All-New Components

· Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Block with Cross-Bolted Mains

· Cast Iron Cylinder Heads

· Chrome Valve Covers

· Breathers

· Stainless Steel 2.25" Intake Valves and 1.94" Exhaust Valves

· Heavy-Duty Single Valve Springs with Dampers

· Premium Material Umbrella-Type Valve Stem Seals

· 288° Hydraulic Camshaft (234° duration @ .050")- 0.499"/0.483" Lift

· Forged Pistons - 4.250" Bore, 8.7:1 C.R.

· Aluminum Dual-Plane Four-barrel Intake Manifold

· Forged Steel Crankshaft - 3.750" Stroke

· Premium Double Roller Timing Chain and Sprockets

· Front Timing Chain Cover

· Six-Quart Center Sump Oil Pan (1970-71 B- and E-Body Style)

· Spark Plug Wires

· High-Performance Electronic Distributor

For those of you who are interested in learning more about the 2nd Generation of HEMI engine blocks and crates, take a time to read about it all on the Mopar HEMI GEN II Performance Catalog.

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