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1.4 (Rover)

1.4 (Fiat)

1.6 PSA (Omni)

1.6 / 1.8

1.7 VW

1.8 World

2.0 SOHC

2.0 DOHC

2.0 World

2.2

2.4

2.4 World

2.5

AMC-Jeep 2.5

2.5 V6 (MMC)

2.5 diesel

Turbos

2.6

2.7

2.8

3.0 MMC

3.0 Pentastar

3.1

3.2

3.3 /3.5 (“LH”)

3.2 “Pentastar”

3.6 “Pentastar”

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.0 AMC I-6

4.0 V-6

4.7

5.2/ 5.9

5.7

6.1 / 6.2 / 6.4

6.4 Truck

8.0 (V10)

by Cubic Inch

170, 198 Sixes

215 Hemi Six

225 Slant Six

230 Six

241 Hemi

241 Poly

245 Hemi Six

259 V8

265 Hemi Six

270 Hemi

270 Poly V8

273 LA V8

276 Hemi

277, 301, 303, 313

315 Poly V8

318 A Engine

318 LA/Wedge

325 Poly V8

326

330 (Hemi)

331 (Poly)

331 (Hemi)

340

341 (Hemi)

345 Poly V8

345 Hemi

350 B V8

354 Poly

360 LA/Magnum

361 V8

383 Sonoramic, B-Series V8,
RB-series V8

392 (C300)

392 Crate Hemi

392 Hemi

392 (2011+)

400

413

426 Wedge

426 Hemi

440 (General)

440 Six-Pack

2220 V16 Hemi

Title or Type

AMC V8s

Cummins I-6

Nash engines

Turbine

Hemi Six

Sonoramic

Poly head

Max Wedge

Flat head

Two-stroke

Canadian

VM Diesel

Mopar (Chrysler, Dodge Plymouth, Jeep, etc.) Engines

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Eight or Ten Cylinders

Hemi

Mopar Drive

B and RB (large V8s)

A and LA ("small" V8s and derivative V6 and V10)

Others

Six Cylinders

V6 engines

  • pentastar engine iconPentastar V6 (3.0, 3.2, 3.6) - née “Phoenix engines”
  • 2.7 - maligned but advanced little V6
  • 3.2 - the briefly sold midrange engine
  • 3.3 and 3.8 Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge-Jeep V6 engines, 1990-2011
  • 3.5 V6 - top Chrysler V6 for many years
  • 3.8 and 4.0 - the big-engine standards for 2007 through 2011
  • 3.7 liter V6 - the 4.7-based V6 for trucks from 2002 to 2012
  • 3.9 truck engine, derived from the 318/360 and replaced by the 3.7
  • 4.0 I-6 - the Jeep engine, ancient but beloved (yes, we know it’s an I6, not a V6)
  • 3.0 and 2.5 - Mitsubishi V6 engines (closely related to each other)
  • VM 3.0 diesel

Vintage six cylinder engines (with carburetors)

Four Cylinders

Diesels

Alternative engines and fuels

Repairs

General Engine Information

Books

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