Hooker BHS531 Blackheart Engine Mounts, Gen III Hemi 66-72 B-Body
Engine Block Mount Motor Mount Type, Bolt-on Attachment Style, Steel Mount Material, Painted
Hooker Blackheart engine swap mounts allow easy installation of the Gen III Hemi engine in your 1966-72 Mopar B-Body. These engine-mounting brackets are part of an engineered solution that works together with the transmission crossmember and headers to optimize the engine placement & component clearances along with ideal drivetrain / U-joint operation angles. The engine placement eliminates modifications to the firewall and the engine mount brackets fit the K-member on cars that originally came from the factory with a V8. Clearance was provided for the use of Short Runner Valve (SRV) intake solenoid, low mount alternator, and low mount A/C Compressors when used with a VVT (Variable Valve Timing) accessory drive.
- Engineered Engine Mount System Works Together with Hooker Blackheart Transmission Crossmember, Long Tube Headers, and Exhaust Systems for an Easy Trouble Free Gen III Hemi Engine Swap in the 1966-72 Mopar B-Body Platform
- Use w/ Gen III Hemi Engines 2003 & Up 5.7L/6.1L/6.2L/6.4L Engines and V8 K-member
- Heavy Duty 3/16” Steel Construction for Strength & Durability
- Short Runner Valve (SRV) Intake Solenoid Clears Firewall – Eliminates Firewall Modifications or Need to Eliminate SRV & Sacrifice Top End Performance
- Features all 4 OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Engine Mount Bolt Holes – for OEM Style Mounting & Strength
- Drivers Side Engine Mounts Feature a 5th Bolt Hole That Can be Used on Later Engine Blocks to Simplify Installation
- Engine Setback and Crankshaft Centerlines Provide the Most Transmission Alternatives with the Least Amount of Sheet Metal Work to the Transmission Tunnel and Optimize Driveline Angles
- Welded Steel Construction w/ Black coating for Great Looks and Durability
- Uses OEM Rubber or any OEM Style Polyurethane Isolator (w/ Typical Block Clearance Performed)
- Includes (2) Engine Mounting Brackets, Attaching Hardware & Instructions
Installation of these brackets requires the use of new OE Style rubber or Polyurethane engine mounts from your local parts store. Ex. Power Torque B2250 (mounts require typical modifications for engine block clearance).
Installing a GEN3 HEMI into this vehicle will require the engine to have a mid-sump oil pan.
Use with BlackHeart Headers BH2358 (tested for correct fitment with these engine mounts).
K-Member clearance will need to be performed to accommodate low mount A/ C compressors ( on 2009 & Up engines that came with VVT)
Vehicles that came from the factory with a Slant-6 engine or 426 Hemi engine will need to swap out the K-member with one from a V8 engine (all except 426 Hemi).
Use with BHS532 Transmission Crossmember and Transmission Specific Adapter (sold separately)
- BHS534 A727 Transmission Adapter
- BHS535 NAG1 Transmission Adapter
- BHS536 8HP70 Transmission Adapter
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Hooker Headers to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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