1970 Prostreet/Protouring Dodge Challenger “Predator”
Engine Build Specs – Top End
-440 Source "Stealth" A-356 aluminum
Chamber Volume: 80CC* Closed (with quench surface)
-Intake Port Flow (at peak ~600 lift): 290CFM @ 28" of water
-Exhaust Port Flow (at peak ~600 lift): 220CFM @ 28" of water
-Intake Valve Head Size: 2.14" / 1 piece forged 21-4N stainless, swirl polished heads, hardened tips.
-Exhaust Valve Head Size: 1.81" / 1 piece forged 21-4N stainless, swirl polished heads, hardened tips.
-Valve Spring Type: Single with Damper. Approx. 130 pounds @ 1.875" installed height and 330 pounds @ 1.275" (.600" lift.)
-Mopar Performance Aluminum Roller rockers
Edelbrock...something, can't remember right now.
-Fuel safe (bladder) 15 gallon, filled in trunk and vented through gas cap.
-Holley inline Fuel pump and filter
-10an throughout to regulator, -8an to Predator carb.
440CID, standard bore
-ARP head Studs.
-truck rods/bolts, standard bearing size throughout
-Aluminum HV Water pump
-SFI approved crank balancer
-SFI approved flex plate.
-Double roller HD timing chain
Cam and lifters
-Hughes street/strip hydraulic cam
-Rhoades vMax race hydraulic lifters
-Chromoly steel tubular front Chassis, squared back halved chassis.
-Chassis engineering 4 wheel vented disk brakes, single large piston design
-Chassis engineering hydraulic braking system
-Fiberglass hood, trunk lid and front clip. Aluminum floors, dash, door panels and tubs.
-15x15 and 15x3 Weld Pro Stars. 21.5” Mickey Thompson street tires
-Dual battery relocated (hidden) in the trunk
-Built using Kevlar bands, 2 extra over stock included in rebuild
-4000 RPM 10” converter
-Airbrushed demon head and coat tails across doors and hood
-10 coats of clear
-Power door locks
-Audio & video (CD/DVD), WI-FI capable, GPS capable