Engine Type: Chrysler 499ci big-block Block: factory 400 block bored to 4.375 inches Oiling: Melling oil pump Milodon pan Rotating assembly: Eagle 4.150-inch steel crank and H-beam rods; JE 10.0:1 pistons Cylinder heads: ported Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum castings with 2.140-/1.810-inch valves and 88cc combustion chambers Camshaft: custom mechanical roller (specs classified) Valvetrain: COMP valvesprings Harland Sharp roller rocker arms Induction: Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold FiTech throttle-body EFI system Ignition: MSD billet distributor coil and 6AL ignition box Exhaust: Hedman long-tube headers custom H-pipe dual 3-inch Flowmaster mufflers Cooling system: Mopar Performance water pump Griffin radiator Built by: Nick WilsonDrivetrain Transmission: Chrysler A833 four-speed manual; McLeod twin-disc clutch Rear axle: Dana 60 rearend 3.73:1 gears limited-slip differentialChassis Front suspension: Magnum Force upper control arms and 2-inch drop spindles boxed factory lower control arms Sway-A-Way 1.03-inch torsion bars Hotchkis sway bar Bilstein shocks Rear suspension: Eaton Detroit leaf springs Hotchkis sway bar Bilstein shocks Brakes: Wilwood four-piston discs front and rearWheels & Tires Wheels: forged Union Laguna 18�9.5 front; 18�12 rear Tires: Toyo Proxes R888 275/35R18 front; 335/30R18 rear Visit JKs Galleria Of Vintage online at jkgalleria.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 888-545-2512 today to schedule your test drive.
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