Ok,I'll bite.What is the displacement.How heavy is it,what is HP and torque.What kind of trans will you be using.I love it when a big motor and little chassis get married,it makes me all warm and fuzzy inside.Good luck with swap,give updates as you go.Now if I could just add a foot or two to the front of my Dodge,I know I could sqeeze in that 3406G CAT. LOL John D
A 353 Is a three cylinder. What we call a skee-wee. It has 153 cubic inches, about 100 horses (according to injectors), and about 300 'lbs of torque. It is also 2 cycle and has a blower for aspiration. By the way John my friend just sold his 3406T. Have you ever seen fire come out of a six inch pipe? That kitty cat was pumped. Better beef up your suspension.
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