Dodge Performance Crate Engines
Browse our performance Dodge crate engines below. If you have a question or don't see the engine you are looking for, email us or call us at 1-800-275-7371 and we will be happy to answer your questions. We can build your engine to suit your needs, so please contact us if you would like a custom engine quote.
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|DESCRIPTION||PREMIUM LONG BLOCK|
|Dodge Magnum 5.2L||$3,395.00|
|Dodge Lightning 528||$7,500.00|
|Dodge Challenger 318 Crate Engine (non-magnum heads) with 310 horsepower and 330 ft-lbs of torque.||$1,999.95|
|Dodge 440 GTX Big Block Crate Engine with 420 horsepower and 470 ft-lbs of torque.||$3,699.95|
|Dodge 440 Road Runner Big Block Crate Engine with 510 horsepower and 490 ft-lbs of torque.||$6,699.00|
|Dodge 500 Stroker (440) Charger Big Block Crate Engine with 450 horsepower and 500 ft-lbs of torque.||$4,199.95|
Head Porting Means More Horsepower
Head porting is a process for shaping or enlarging the intake and exhaust head ports to raise combustion. This increases power and torque dramatically. By enlarging the intake porting , there is greater air and fuel mixture for ignition.
The flow bench tests the flow of that air and fuel mixture and allows us to maximize that mixture to raise power. It also gives valuable information for correcting any issues such as portal design.
Porting the heads should also increase miles per gallon . The principle is that if the volume of air is increased , while the velocity is decreased, the air/fuel mixture burns more efficiently. The volume and velocity for each port depends on the engine and cylinder head design.
This one process can enable an engine to achieve much greater power at a price that will almost pay for itself in fuel savings.