November 5, 2004
Mopar offers turbo upgrade for SRT-4, Hemi crate engines
Las Vegas, Nevada – Mopar, the Chrysler Group’s parts and accessories division,
introduced a new Mopar Stage 3R Turbo Upgrade Kit for the Dodge SRT4 at the SEMA
aftermarket show in Las Vegas. The Stage 3R kit pushes the performance of the Dodge
SRT4’s 2.4-liter turbocharged engine to 310 horsepower.
In addition, Mopar has unveiled a new 5.7-litre Hemi crate engine, and crate
versions of classic HEMI engines from the past.
The Mopar Performance 5.7-litre Hemi crate engine produces 360 horsepower at 5700
rpm and 360 lb.-ft. of torque at 4500 rpm. For muscle car enthusiasts, Mopar
delivers the new 540 cubic-inch aluminum Hemi crate engine. Available as carbureted,
blown or show-polished, the 540 cubic-inch aluminum crate engine delivers 650 to
more than 900 horsepower, depending on engine configuration.
As well, Mopar introduces all-new versions of the classic 426 Hemi, now producing
465 horsepower and 486 lb.-ft. of torque; the 472 Hemi, with 525 horsepower and 540
lb.-ft. of torque; and the massive 528 Hemi, boasting 610 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft.
“Mopar’s mission is to deliver authentic performance parts and accessories to the
most passionate automotive enthusiasts, allowing them to enhance and personalize
their Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles,” said Chris Cortez, Senior Vice President,
Global Service and Parts