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    New Engine: Max Wedge 413Ci

    We have a new motor that we are working on that is based off of the 5.7 block. The motor is bored and stroked to 413ci for the maximum in hp/tq for your 5.7. The motor is being designed for NA applications and maintains a cylinder wall thickness identical to our 6.1 stroker combinations.

    NA Compression Ratios
    10:1 using 03-08 heads (Ideal truck motor)
    10.5:1-11:1 using 6.1 heads (Ideal 93 octane NA motor)
    11.3:1-12.3:1 using eagle heads (Ideal for 93 octane NA motor)

    Boosted Compression Ratios
    8.8:1 using 03-08 heads (12-15psi capable)
    9.75:1 using 6.1 heads (10-12psi capable)
    10.3:1 using eagle heads (up to 10psi capable)

    For different compression ratios, we can order a custom piston to suit your needs. This motor is really at home as an NA engine.

    413ci Longblock: $7000 (No Core Charge) Only 1 at this price
    Comes standard with Manley crank, rods, and pistons. Iron rings, clevite bearings, camshaft, timing chain, lifters, forged pushrods, eagle mean street heads, cometic head gaskets, and factory main/head bolts.

    In an 09-10 5.7 vehicle, power output is estimated to be 450rwhp/475rwtq due to camshaft and rpm limitations.

    In any non-VVT platform, we are shooting for 500rwhp/500rwtq.

    These estimates are based on a ported 6.1 intake, 90mm tb, longtube headers, free-flowing exhaust, and a custom tune.

    Available options include the following.
    Tool Steel wrist pins: Boosted/N2O
    ARP Main/Head Studs: Boosted/N2O
    Pro-Series I-Beam Rods: Boosted/N2O
    Coated Pistons: Boosted/N2O
    Steel Rings: Boosted/N2O
    Gapless Rings: Boosted and NA applications
    Ported 6.1 Intake
    Longtube Headers
    90mm or 100mm Throttle Body



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    Very Cool!!

    The original 413 Max Wedge in '62...
    from maxwedge.com...

    Displacement.................413
    Bore.............................4.19
    Stroke..........................3.75
    Compression ratio..........13.5 to 1 !!
    Horsepower...................420
    Torque.........................470
    2006 Charger R/T with Road & Track....PWR 426, 10.93 @ 125.62. (1.52 60', +700DA, 4250 lbs)
    2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.......3.6
    2014 Ram Sport 4x4...........................5.7, 8 Speed, 3.92

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adanac Charger View Post
    Very Cool!!

    The original 413 Max Wedge in '62... from maxwedge.com...

    Displacement.................413
    Bore.............................4.19
    Stroke..........................3.75
    Compression ratio..........13.5 to 1 !!
    Horsepower...................420
    Torque.........................470
    yep, that's the numbers that they gave NHRA.

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    What's the bore and stroke?

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    5.7 Stock Bottom: HHP/BES 6.1 heads, Steve Frank Camshaft, GTP Ported 6.1 Intake, 3.73 Getrag, 28x10 Hoosier Slicks.
    1/8 NA PB: 7.466@91.83mph 1.620 60'
    1/8 N2O PB: 6.947@96.50mph 1.539 60'
    1/4 N2O PB: 10.941@123.71mph 1.539 60'



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    Bump

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    My guess is that they'd use a 4.08 stroke... that would calculate to about a 4.015 bore. ?? Just a guess on the stroke.

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    so if it's 5.7 based, it's not really a wedge is it?
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    Do you mean because it's a stroker and not 'oversquare'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adanac Charger View Post
    My guess is that they'd use a 4.08 stroke... that would calculate to about a 4.015 bore. ?? Just a guess on the stroke.
    Well... I have it from a good source that I'm wrong on the 4.08 guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adanac Charger View Post
    Do you mean because it's a stroker and not 'oversquare'?
    No because it's a Hemi and not a wedge motor(IE:383/413/426/440) from the 60's and 70's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fargo59 View Post
    so if it's 5.7 based, it's not really a wedge is it?

    Thats ok ,These really aren't Hemi's either

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    4.25 crank?

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    My guess is a 4.08 crank that has been reground if that is even possible. Rod journal size is probably sub 2.0. And word from Pwr?

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