Mopar 340 Vs. 360: Which Is The Better Engine?

In the history of engines made by Mopar — the parts division of Stellantis, who owns Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and more — the flashiest of the bunch naturally come from the height of the muscle car era in the 1960s and early 1970s. These Mopar engines were generally the company’s B-series big block engines, which were often able to generate upwards of 400 horsepower, depending on the model.  While those numbers are eye-popping, Mopar made plenty of other V8

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