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426 Hemi Documentary | History & Explanation | Video

426 Hemi  A Documentary History & Explanation

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The 426 Hemi, the engine the dominated NASCAR and Drag Racing in the 60s and 70s.

Chrysler started production of the hemisphiral combustion chamber head engines in 1951. The first Hemi known as Chrysler’s Fire Power, DeSoto’s Fire Dome and Dodge’s Red Ram. Due to the high production costs Chrysler stop production of the hemisphiral combustion chamber head engines in 1958.

In the early 60s Chrysler engineered a big block engine using the hemisphiral combustion chamber heads to use to race in NASCAR. These were the first engines officially designated Hemi. These early 426 Hemi Engines were not available in Chrysler production cars. Due to the fact that the Hemi was not available in any production vehicles sold,  In 1965 NASCAR did not allow the Hemi to run. To legitimize its use for NASCAR in 1966 Chrysler sold the minimum required of Street Hemi equipped cars to the public. The engines were the same, but with smaller cams and lower compression compared to the race versions. Due to its large size and big power the 426 Hemi was nicknamed the “Elephant Engine”.

Due to higher cost and large size Only 11,000 HEMIs were produced for consumer sales. In 1971 once again Chrysler stop production of the old Hemi for production cars due to the changing emission regulation, and rising insurance premiums. In 2003 a new Hemi was introduced and is still in production in cars and trucks today. The 426 Hemi also dominated Drag Racing and the current Top Fuel and Funny Car classes use engines that are based on the old Chrysler Hemi design.

The 426 Hemi was an option  in all  the following vehicles

1966–1970 Dodge Coronet/Plymouth Belvedere

1966–1971 Plymouth Satellite

1966–1971 Dodge Charger

1967–1971 Plymouth GTX

1968 Dodge Dart SS (SuperStock)

1968 Plymouth Barracuda SS

1968–1971 Dodge Super Bee

1968–1971 Plymouth Road Runner

1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

1970 Plymouth Superbird

1970–1971 Plymouth Barracuda

1970–1971 Dodge Challenger

1970 Monteverdi Hai 450

1970 Plymouth Fury GT

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