Chrysler, 318 cubic inch, V-8 engine information
The 318 cubic Inch V8 compression ratio in 1968 was 9.1:1.
By 1973, it was reduced to 8.6:1 for better fuel mileage.
The 318 cubic inch V8 at this time had a two-barrel carburetor, produced 230 horsepower at 4400 rpm's and 340 foot-pounds of torque.
Some Quick Facts on the 318 Cubic Inch V-8
- In 1992, Chrysler introduced the Magnum 318 V-8
- You could find the 318 V-8 under the hood of any Dodge, Plymouth, or Chrysler cars
- The 318 V-8 was once a very popular engine for police cruisers, like the Dodge Diplomat and Plymouth Gran Fury
- The 318 V-8 Magnum had high-Flow heads for better intake
Chrysler's 318 cubic inch engine, bore and stroke
| 318 cubic inch||1957-1967||3.91||3.31|