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762 cid Naturally Aspirated Hemi Engine – Engine Builder

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Known for 500-1,000 cubic-inch engines for drag racing, truck pulling, extreme muscle cars, and boat applications, Sonny’s Racing Engines has been delivering innovative engine designs and uncompromising performance for more than 50 years. Excellent examples of that engineering are the engines the shop built for Sunnen’s Charity Engine Sweepstakes at previous PRI shows. The 2019 engine is this 762 cid Hemi. Find out what went into the $66,000 build in this episode of Engine of the Week brought to you by PennGrade1, Scat Crankshafts & Elring.

Source: https://www.enginebuildermag.com/2021/12/762-cid-naturally-aspirated-hemi-engine/

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