The Mercury line-up only uses a 410 (6.7 L) FE engine from 1966 through ’67. The 410 combines the 4.05 inch bore of the 390 with the 3.98 inch (101.09 mm) stroke and a 10.5:1 compression ratio of the 428 which comes into production for 1966 as well. The 427 cu in (7.0 L) FE engine was a top
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The generation three Chrysler Hemi differs in many ways from its earlier counterparts in that the engine now had a coil-on-plug, distributorless ignition system. This system uses two spark plugs per cylinder for shorter flame travel, which increased combustion in the cylinder as well as reduced emissions in the process. The cylinders themselves were no
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Chrysler Hemi automotive engine has been made in three generations of either V6 or V8 engines starting in the 1951 model year as the “FirePower” until 1958. The second generation was made available from 1964 until 1971 and manufacture again began with the 2003 model year. The Hemi or hemispherical combustion chamber is not unique
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Initially introduced as the Dodge Red Ram Hemi, this Hemi was a six-cylinder in 1953, but a Hemi V8, based on the 1951 Chrysler Hemi, followed in short order, but it had a smaller displacement for the lighter weight Dodge family. None of the major components were interchangeable with any other Chryco subsidiary product. This early