How much horsepower does an AMC 360 have?

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

What is a 360 AMC engine?

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.

How much does an AMC 360 weigh?

How Much Does An Amc 360 Engine Weigh?

V8 engine
Power output 120–1,100 hp (89–820 kW)
Torque output 219–435 lb⋅ft (297–590 N⋅m)
Dimensions
Dry weight 600 lb (270 kg) (1956–1967)

What is the bore size of AMC 360?

The AMC 360-cubic inch displacement V-8 engine was an overhead-valve design with two valves, one intake and one exhaust, per cylinder. The cylinder bore was 4.08 inches and the crankshaft stroke was 3.44 inches. The bore spacing on the engine block was 4.75 inches center-to-center.

What are the specs of a AMC 360cc engine?

General Specifications The AMC 360-cubic inch displacement V-8 engine was an overhead-valve design with two valves, one intake and one exhaust, per cylinder. The cylinder bore was 4.08 inches and the crankshaft stroke was 3.44 inches. Power outputs varied from year to year over this engine’s long production run.

How much horsepower does a Ford 360 engine have?

For instance the 1970 and 1971 360 with a two-barrel carburetor had 245 horsepower at 4,400 rpm and 365 pound feet of torque at 2,600 rpm, while 1972 and later versions had 175 horsepower at 4,000 rpm and 285 pound feet of torque at 2,400 rpm.

Is the blue monkey 360 crate engine any good?

This AMC 360 crate engine by Blue Monkey Performance would be EXCELLENT for that AMX, Javelin, Jeep Wagoner, CJ and etc. This 360 can be built to set you back in the seat and still has good all around power. In most cases by replacing the flexplate/flywheel this AMC 360 will replace that tired AMC 304 or AMC 360.

What are the specs of a 360 cubic inch engine?

General Specifications The AMC 360-cubic inch displacement V-8 engine was an overhead-valve design with two valves, one intake and one exhaust, per cylinder. The cylinder bore was 4.08 inches and the crankshaft stroke was 3.44 inches. The bore spacing on the engine block was 4.75 inches center-to-center.