Indy Cylinder head builds a wide variety of Mopar big-block crate engines, like the 500 cubic-inch street wedge shown here. This is a popular choice among big-block enthusiasts, offering aluminum cylinder heads, forged internals, and aftermarket oiling. All of the Indy crate Wedges are fully machined and assembled with new parts at the same shop Indy uses to build their powerful race engines, ensuring the highest quality. The Indy 500 cubic-inch street Wedge makes an impressive 630 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque, making it a great option for a powerful street or street/strip car.
The big-blocks offered by Carolina Machine Engines are designed to take advantage of the high torque capabilities of the Mopar V-8. Available in a variety of displacements and power ratings, CME Mopar big-blocks are designed to run on pump gas and are dyno tuned before being shipped to your door. Compared to the expense of building your own engine, these engines are reasonably priced and proven to make power.
Summit Racing Equipment can also provide a big-block for your ride, stocking a complete line of Mopar Performance crate engines. These engines are right from the source, Mopar, so you know they're built with the best parts and assembly techniques. Big-block crate engines from Summit Racing are available in a variety of sizes and power levels, so you'll undoubtedly find the right engine for your car in their catalog or website.
Big-block Mopar engines make low-end power, and the 500 cubic-inch "Killer Krate" big-block from Muscle Motors is no exception, making 550 hp and more than 600 lb-ft of tire-frying torque. Based on the 383, 400, or 440 block, the Killer Krate big-block is fully machined to race engine standards, and assembled professionally with forged internals and high-quality parts. The Killer Krate line is sold intake to oil pan, with additional accessories like the carb, distributor, etc. available as well. These engines can be dyno tuned at Muscle Motors' facility, and make a great addition to any Mopar that needs more power.
We all really want a Hemi between the fenders of our Mopars, and Indy Cylinder Head offers a wide variety of Hemi crate motors. From the limited Goldberg edition to the 572 Street Legend, these engines are the epitome of performance and are built with forged internals and the best available components. Indy spends a lot of time researching their combinations, developing powerful engines, and proving them on their in-house dyno. One of our favorites, the 572 Street Legend, makes an impressive 776 hp and 720 lb-ft of torque on pump fuel. And if you need more power, Indy can provide it, building normally aspirated Hemi crate engines capable of well over 1,000 hp.
Summit Racing Equipment carries large inventory of Mopar Performance Hemi crate engines, in stock and ready to ship. These engines are built to exacting standards with all new parts and come completely assembled and ready to install in your car. And while there's really no way to go wrong if you're installing a Hemi in your car, a couple of our favorite crate Hemis from Summit are the 426 cubic-inch version, offering 465 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque, and the legendary 528, making 610 hp and 650 lb-ft of toque on pump gas. Either way, your Mopar will have no lack of power with a Hemi crate engine from Summit Racing.
Just because you drive a late-model Mopar doesn't mean you're left out when it comes to crate engines. Since the Challengers, Chargers, Magnums, and 300s are so popular, the aftermarket is flush with crate engines for these cars. Arrington Engines, Indy Cylinder Head, and Summit Racing Equipment all carry modern-era Hemi crate motors, and the power these engines can make is nothing less than incredible. So if you want more power from your late-model, be sure to contact one of these companies to discuss your needs.