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    I already have the 413. it came out a 65 fury wagon. did these not come in them originally? i also have the tranny with it. the 413 has already been rebuilt and has a mild cam sounds good too. the wagon was used as a demo car and the guy only ran it for about 20min before the axel was ripped out. that is when he sold me the engine. i will be starting on the swap this winter hope i can do it. i think the 318 wide block is just wore out has not guts....there is alot to know about these things...kinda overwelming.
    thanks...

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    i found this info about the chrysler 413 rb engine.

     



    "The 413 RB had a 4.1875 in (106 mm) bore and was used from 1959 to 1965 in cars. During that period, it powered almost all Chrysler New Yorker and Imperial models, and was also available on the lesser Chryslers, Dodge Polara, Dodge Monaco, and Plymouth Fury as an alternative to the 383-cubic-inch B series engine and/or the 318 Poly. With a compression ratio of 10:1 it developed 340 brake horsepower in 1X4-Bbl trim.

    In the 1959 Chrysler 300E the 413 was fitted with inline dual 4 barrel carburetors; it was factory rated as having 380 horsepower (280 kW) at 5000 rpm and 450 ft·lbf (610 N·m). of torque at 3600 RPM[1]. In 1960, a long-tube ram induction system was made standard on the Chrysler 300, it continued as standard on the '61 300-G, it remained on the option sheets for Chrysler 300s through 1964. The 413 remained in use in medium and heavy duty trucks until 1973."

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    I'm not sure about the 413's I never had one or worked on one.
    But I did hear alot about how good the Keith Black 413's were
    supposed to be. Anyone have any info on thoese motors, maybe
    he adapted a hemi head to it, I don't know but I am curious.
    Kurt

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