Posted 2019-03-28 2:20 PM (#580033 - in reply to #579993) Subject: RE: chryler made to order crate motors
Location: DFW, TX
I don't have any input on them specifically, but the prices do seem reasonable. And I really like that they tell you up front that some of those engines are not going to be good for long distance cruising or just driving around! Lots of people see the big HP number and go straight for it, not realizing their converter, trans, rear gear are all wrong and the car is just a big pain to drive.
Posted 2019-03-28 7:58 PM (#580044 - in reply to #579993) Subject: Re: chryler made to order crate motors
Location: WHEELING,WV.>>>HOME OF WWVA
i'm given serious thought to having one pro built by someone , whether it be my motor/machinist guy that also can dyno or someone like CME ,,,,,,,,,,,,, but i gotta pay off the
house first ( bout a little over a year ), then think more about motors . the kool part is my wife is fine with a pro build CME and 425 documented HP----------------------------------------later
Posted 2019-03-29 11:55 AM (#580066 - in reply to #579993) Subject: Re: chryler made to order crate motors
Location: Central Ory-Gun
The prices do look very enticing. Knowing what it costs to build an EarlyHemi makes a 440 stroker look almost cheap.
Perhaps if you ask around you can find someone located in the general area who can offer some info, or, considering your
location, a road trip might be the most useful.