340 6-Pak
The 340 engines are legendary for the power they made. Designed for Trans Am racing, the little motors were known for high winding revs. It seems there is an almost endless supply of small block parts, and recreating a 340 Six Pack wouldn't be hard to do.






500-6
Visually recreating a 440-6 is a no-brainer. Sure, you can find a used 440 block, scrounge for a steel crank, get the good rods and dig around until you find a decent set of usable heads, but you're still using old parts. You can even open the motor up a bit and stroke it, but are you going to get anywhere near 500 inches? Affordably? With that kind of power? Probably not. Just imagine how much fun you'd have with 500 inches and 545hp sitting under the three deuces!

SOURCE
Edelbrock Corp.
2700 California St.
Torrance
CA  90503
310-781-2222
www.edelbrock.com
Koller Dodge
1565 W. Ogden Ave.
Naperville
IL  60540-3906
630-355-3411
630-355-3538
www.kollerdodge.com/
Federal-Mogul Corporation
26555 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield
MI  48034
2-48/-354-7700
www.federalmogul.com
Mopar Performance
Mopar.com
Holley Performance Products
1801 Russellville Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42101
KY  42101
270-782-2900
www.holley.com
Year One
PO Box 129
Tucker
GA  30085
800-932-7663
770-496-1949
www.nextgenparts.com/mustang
K&N Engineering
1455 Citrus Ave.
Riverside
CA  92502
800-858-3333
www.knfilters.com