From the factory,...None. Dodge never built a "stroker" motor as we call it today. As you probably know you can build a stroker by installing a 440 crank assembly into a 383 block to end up with a 426 wedge or a 440 crank into a 400 block to end up with a 444, both assuming stock bore. Bored out you will naturally get a little more. Dodge Chargers from 1966 to the end of the original Charger had motors from 225 ci to 440 ci. All were factory stock, with factory parts, designed and built by Dodge. Also the elephant engine, the 426 hemi was available every year in the charger beginning in 1966 up through 1972.
how do i find the timing on my 383 400 hp stroker motor
firing order 383 stroker Chevyif it's a Chevy 383 stroker then the firing order i 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
a 383 stroker is just a 400 crank in a 350 block...so yes
u go to the store and buy a piston for a 383 stroker and put in the hole with a piston pusher but the regular tightning
You should get a 383 stroker. It is high powered and also affordable. The 383 stroker looks pretty dazzling when riding it down the street. It will be the main attraction on your car.
the 383 is the same block as a 350 so yes it will fit.
NO, the 383 is called a stroker engine. It is a 350 with a 400 crankshaft that is machined, to make it work in a 350 block. There are other factors and modifications to be made when building a stroker. The only 383 that came from the factory is in Chrysler vehicles.
If you really love motors like me, you could try to take a 383 Stroker (not 383 Chrysler, which is way better anyways) and cram it into the impala. You will need to make modifications though and maybe even change the transmission.
A base engine with no intake manifold, pulleys, carburetor, or distributor will run around $3,400. https://www.westcoastengines.com/budget-383-stroker-for-sale
Horsepower TV - 2006 Summit Racing 383 Stroker Part One was released on: USA: May 2013
355 is a non stroked just bored 4.030 over 383 on the other hand put a 3.75 stroker crank and bored honed so i would pick 383 . 355 is bored not stroked clearence for stroker crankbest engine would say is 383
theyve won 383 and lost 377
Roughly 6.2 you just never really hear a 383 by its litters as the 305 is a 5.0 and 350 is an 5.7
To allow better air flow for my 383 Stroker......
Sure, with some fabrication and $$$ anything is possible.
350...383 is a stroker motor, a 350 with a 400 crank and cam which increases the stroke and adds .3 liters of displacement.
The 383 Stroker firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
none as there was never a charger convertible.
This is a null question the 383 is a block so you need to have more details to find out the approximate HP of an 383 is a 350 stroke out so stfu block that anyway 383 can have many different range of horsepower my 69 camaro drag car have 650 hp with a 383 but it have alot of bolt on's
That's what they do. maybe check carb settings and such.
i have a 350 bored 40 over and 400 crank, and been told its a 383 stroker, what is it?
Yes you can put a 383 stoker in an s10. me and my old running partner bilt 1 for a delevery car PS this is not cheap but werth it
If you wanted to put a 3.75" stroker crankshaft with a with a 0.05" offset grind into a Ford engine with a 4" bore (such as a Windsor 351) you could make a 383ci Ford stroker. But as for making the traditional Chevy stroker engine, you can't turn a Ford engine into a Chevy engine.