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How much HP does a AMC 360 have?

How much HP does a AMC 360 have?

AMC 360 Engine Build – 370-Inch 480HP AMC.

Are AMC 360 engines good?

The 360 engine was used in Jeeps for over 20 years, thousands were produced. No inherently un-reliable engine could have a record such as the AMC 360. They are still successfully used today in every performance category from off-roading to drag racing. They are good engines.

How much HP does a 401 AMC have?

The practical limit of the plebian AMC 401 is about 500 hp at 7,500 rpm. The main caps will begin to walk above that, so limit these engines tohealthy street mills if you want to keep the price down and use stockparts.

What did the AMC 360 come in?

The 360 was the last AMC V8 to be manufactured. It continued to be produced after Chrysler bought American Motors in 1987 as the standard engine in the Jeep Grand Wagoneer through 1991, with the only modification being the “360” casting replaced with “5.9L” on the side of the block.

Did AMC make a big block?

AMC never had a big-block, but many Chevy, Dodge, Ford, and Pontiac fans still complained about the large-displacement small-block AMC 401. The AMC V-8 never was fuel injected from the factory in a Jeep product. In fact, it was one of the last carbureted engines built in North America—up until 1991.

Who made the AMC 360 engine?

Chrysler Corporation
In 1987, Chrysler Corporation acquired AMC and continued manufacturing the AMC “tall-deck” 360 cu in (5.9 L) version until 1991 for use in the Jeep Grand Wagoneer SUV….AMC V8 engine.

V8 engine
Torque output 219–435 lb⋅ft (297–590 N⋅m)
Dry weight 600 lb (270 kg) (1956–1967)

What transmissions did AMC use?

Transmissions used in later AMC vehicles came with either a 21-spline or a 23-spline output shaft. Transmissions coupled to four-cylinder engines typically used 21-spline output shafts. The 23-spline manual transmission was universal in the Eagle lines and was generally used with six-cylinder applications.

What was the fastest AMC?

1 Hurst AMC Super Stock AMX: 4.9 Seconds This was an extreme version of the AMX 390 that ended up being the fastest AMC muscle car ever produced.

What vehicles came with a AMC 360?

What year did the AMC 360 come out?

1970 saw the introduction of the 304, 360, and 401 engines, each released with revised heads for better breathing. Of note here: the Rambler & AMC 250, 287, 327 engines were of a different family and did not share the same bellhousing bolt pattern, nor other known interchangeable components.

What’s the difference between a javelin and AMX?

The Javelin was a conventional car with a live rear axle and a choice of straight-six or V-8 engines and bucket front seats and, along with the two-seat AMX sportster, it succeeded in enlivening the public’s opinion of AMC.

How much is a 1972 Javelin worth?

1972 AMC Javelin AMX

1972 AMC Javelin AMX TMU · Automatic · LHD · Restored-Original West Plains, MO, USA $21,500 SOLD
1972 AMC Javelin AMX 89,000 mi · LHD Los Gatos, CA, USA $13,750 HIGH BID
1972 AMC Javelin AMX 67,000 mi · LHD Gilbert, AZ, USA $25,250 SOLD
1972 AMC AMX LHD Kissimmee, FL, USA $15,950 SOLD
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