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UsDeadPool
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Need some help

Post by UsDeadPool » Wed Apr 14, 2010 3:49 pm

Hello all I was directed to here from Huntington Beach Chrysler because you guys are the source they use for there hemi questions. I have a complete engine from an unknown year and it is an unknown size. The only numbers I have been given is n371195 cal and that is on the front of the engine. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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timshemi
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Re: Need some help

Post by timshemi » Wed Apr 14, 2010 4:59 pm

im pretty sure its a 354 industrial. i like that intake.

UsDeadPool
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Re: Need some help

Post by UsDeadPool » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:15 pm

I think you are right on the idea. ONe thing that has us stuck is that engine number. it matches nothing and the CAL has us stumped

mart
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Re: Need some help

Post by mart » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:10 pm

UsDeadPool wrote: "I think you are right on the idea. ONe thing that
has us stuck is that engine number. it matches
nothing and the CAL has us stumped"
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I haven't found anything on that number either,
but if it's any help, the engine has a 331-354
'"Dodge heavy truck'/Chrysler industrial" style intake,
front cover and water pump, but Chrysler passenger
car valve covers. The "N" prefix usualy indicates a
Chrysler passenger car aplication...but the rest of
the numbers following the "N" don't seem to make
sense. Neither does the "CAL" stamp. Does the engine
appear to have been rebuilt at onetime? If so, perhaps
the "CAL" stamp could have been added sometime later,
maybe by a rebuilder, although most rebuild shops add
a riveted tag with their name and the new rebuilt bore.
If the engine has been rebuilt too, perhaps someone used
a passenger car core or shortblock to build a truck or
industrial engine by adding the truck/industrial intake,
front cover, waterpump and possibly heads. The casting
numbers from the heads would help in I.D'ing your engine
if you can post them.


mart
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and main and rod journal sizes.

George
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Re: Need some help

Post by George » Fri Apr 16, 2010 5:50 am

If the casting #(pic #2) is 1619829 (glare makes it hard to read) it's a 354 truck engine.

UsDeadPool
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Re: Need some help

Post by UsDeadPool » Tue Apr 20, 2010 6:23 pm

Thanks all for the help and information.

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