At the Dodge Facebook page, we posed a test of knowledge for you Dodge experts. Here it goes: The 1970 Dodge engine lineup included two 440-cubic-inch V8s with four-barrel carburetors. One 440 was rated at 350 horsepower; the other at 375 hp.
So: What were the differences between these two famous Dodge 440 engines?
Spoiler alert: the answer follows below, so if you don’t want to know yet, stop reading now.
The “standard” (if you will) Dodge 440 four-barrel that year had a bore and stroke of 4.32 inches…Read More