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by TrWaters
Thu Oct 03, 2002 9:35 pm
Forum: Marine / Industrial Hemis
Topic: American Blower Company
Replies: 3
Views: 5215

siren

I saw that too. I bet that thing is LOUD.
by TrWaters
Wed Oct 02, 2002 7:20 pm
Forum: (LEGACY) 331-354-392 HEMIs
Topic: New 392 Block Market Viability
Replies: 21
Views: 15340

392 blocks

Here are my thoughts. It would have to be under $1000 to be attractive to the general consumer. Anything more than that, and people would look towards the 426 and bigger motors. I highly doubt the cost of R&D would be worth it. Also, there are still alot of 392 blocks around. along with Donovan bloc...
by TrWaters
Wed Apr 03, 2002 9:32 pm
Forum: Marine / Industrial Hemis
Topic: Industrial Hemi Uses
Replies: 3
Views: 6695

industrials

Chrysler sold industrial hemis to what seems like anyone who would buy them. They were used in irrigation pumps, windmills, generators, fire trucks, airport tug vehicles. Most were 331 or 354. 392's were NOT used.
The marine engines were very much the same as the industrials.
by TrWaters
Wed Apr 03, 2002 9:28 pm
Forum: Marine / Industrial Hemis
Topic: Industrial Hemi in a Car
Replies: 2
Views: 6964

industrial hemis

These engines are easier to find than the car motors, and can be used..but..there are a few differences to be aware of. First, most have a hugh front motor mount/timing cover assembly. Some with reverse rotation cams. The front timing chain cover pattern is the same as the early car 331 motors, and ...
by TrWaters
Sat Dec 15, 2001 7:10 pm
Forum: (LEGACY) Early Dodge / DeSoto HEMIs
Topic: Transmission adapters?
Replies: 5
Views: 6600

I sell the adapter kits to mate early hemis to either a smallblock 727 or A833 4 speed. Kit consists of 6061 aluminum block plate, crank hub adapter, B&M flexplate, and bolts.
This is the only adapter on the market that lets you use the stock trans inspection covers with a no hassle installation.