Speedway USMTS Modified Small Block Chevy 414 Engine
400 Chevy Small Block V8, 414 cu. in. Engine Displacement, Aluminum Cylinder Head Material
Now, Speedway Motors Racing Engines is offering this USMTS-spec racing engine as a dyno-verified package that is ready to race! This small block Chevy 414 is specifically built for USMTS Modifieds.
- 414 CID
- Dart SHP block
- Brodix spec head
- Edelbrock Super Victor intake
- CNC ported
- Diamond pistons
- Total Seal rings
- Scat crank
- ARP studs
- Callies Ultra XD rods
- Custom roller cam
- Isky roller lifters
- Moroso oil pan
- Melling Shark oil pump
- MSD distributor
- Manley Ti valves
- Manely springs
- Ti retainers, locators & locks
- ATI balancer
- Edelbrock Victor water pump
- Dyno-verified horsepower and torque (includes your dyno sheet)
- Piston rings are broken-in using a proprietary dyno program
- Lash and timing are individually tuned
Note: Shown with dyno carburetor installed - carburetor not included. Engine component manufacturer subject to change based on availability.
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