How much HP can you get out of a 383 Mopar?

The affordable and underrated 383 gets a huge boost in the arm by Muscle Motors—to the tune of 559 hp and 611 lb-ft.

How much can you bore a 383 Mopar?

Study the 383’s numbers compared to the popular engines of the competition. The 383 carries a bore and stroke of 4.25-inch x 3.375-inch, while the 396 Rat had an embarrassingly undersized bore of 4.094-inch, and a 3.766-inch stroke-as long an arm as a 440.

How much horsepower does a 383 Magnum have?

From 1968-1970, the 383 Magnum was rated at 335 hp, although Mopar fans who remember these free-revving engines would compare seat-of-the-pants pull to the 440. Sporting the same heads and cam as the 440, but with a smaller displacement, the 383 certainly could be wound tighter.

What is the difference between a Mopar 383 and 440?

The major difference between these two Mopar legends is the deck height of the block: 9.98-inch for the 383 and 10.725-inch for the 440.

Is a 383 Mopar a small block or big block?

The 383 Chrysler B engine is known as the Mopar big block that nobody loves. Typically, gearheads favor its beefier big brother, the 440. The 383 B is characterized by its large cylinder bore of 4.25 inches with a short stroke of 3.375. (That is in comparison to the 440’s 3.75.)

How much does a Mopar 383 engine weight?

engines obtained from various sources. The 5.2 & 5.9 Magnum engines are not listed but should be slightly lighter than their LA counterparts….

Engine Weight
Mopar 350-361-383-400 “B” V8 620
Mopar 413-426W-440 “RB” V8 670
Mopar Street Hemi 765

Is a 383 Mopar a small block or big-block?

What is the biggest Mopar engine?

Mopar is unleashing the most powerful production muscle-car engine ever available to builders and enthusiasts with the launch of its newest crate engine – the 807-horsepower Hellcrate Redeye 6.2-liter Supercharged HEMI® V-8 engine.

Is a 383 a big block or small block?

How can you tell a 383 from a 440?

As stated above, the telltale sign of a 440 block over a 383 is the ID block on the 440 motor (see arrow pointing). The 383 does not have a pad in the same area. The casting numbers also verify it.