Kevin Alexander of the Cowtown Mopars in Ft. Worth did it. http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/mmo82001.html
is a feature on the car with complete specs on the engine, turbos, etc. from back in 2001.
1971 440 +.030", steel crank 10/10, resized LY rods, SpeedPro forged 9:1 flat tops, FM high volume oil pump, and ARP rod bolts. Calculated 8.7 compression.
Heads - stock 452 castings, springs/locks/retainers to match cam. Composite gaskets. Cam - custom Comp Cams grind. Designed with assistance from Corky Bell (www.cartech.net
) and Comp's senior guys (not the first on one the phone). Intake is 236* and .474" Exhaust is 232 degrees and .483" LSA is 112 with 10 degrees overlap. Made on 3 bolt blank for use with Pete Jackson gear drive.
Breathing - Performer intake and carb is a Holley 650DP massaged by Scott at SDCE. (They offer centrifugal blower kits for carbed Mopars.) The intake plumbing is now twin 2-1/4 inch exhaust tubes joining into one 3 inch pipe feeding the carb. [ed. note: updated since original pictures were taken]
Exhaust - A and B Muffler, Irving, TX. Hooker Super Comp headers hacked-n-slashed to route upwards and towards the radiator. 1-7/8" primaries. Temporary exhaust is made from 2-1/2" with turbo mufflers.
Turbos - T4/T3 hybrids from Mike at Majestic Turbos (www.dallasturbo.com
) made from Garrett T4 60-1 compressor wheels in ported 50 trim housings and Turbonetics T3 Stage III .48 A/R turbines.
Wastegates - Tial .65 Bar wastegates from Alamo Autosport (they occasionally do more than ricers).
Blow Off Valves - twin Chrysler 2.2 Turbo bov's.
Intercooler - massive Cummins/Dodge item that straddles the radiator. Will modify in/out to suit.
Plumbing - PVC piping from Home Depot. Schedule 40 holds 200 psi and cost $9 for 10 feet.
Fuel - 3/8" pickup modification (Brink Racecraft) and 3/8" aluminum lines by me. Stock 5/16" line used for return. Carter electric 100 gph 15 psi pump and Mallory 8306 boost referenced regulator. I fat fingered the fuel sending unit gasket so I dump fuel overboard at an alarming rate.
Ignition - MSD 6A, Autozone wires, champion plugs. [ed. note: updated information since original pictures were taken.]
3 row radiator cooled with a Spal 16 inch electric fan and a parts house 16 inch pusher fan, for long periods of idling.
is another site that has turbo'd 440s.
Kevin told me that a pair of Mopar 2.2 turbos would be a great match for a 318. Just sayin'.