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RamPhoenix
Posted 2019-09-27 1:33 PM (#588050)
Subject: 413 engine ID help needed



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I have never seen a 413 with stampings like these. Is this a 1961 car engine? Somebody please shed some light on this for me please.



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57chizler
Posted 2019-09-27 2:25 PM (#588052 - in reply to #588050)
Subject: RE: 413 engine ID help needed



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"R" is the year code for '61 but "M" is the year code for '59. The R being closest to the 41, I'd say it's a '61. What is the block casting date?
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MopaRob
Posted 2019-10-28 8:27 AM (#589398 - in reply to #588050)
Subject: Re: 413 engine ID help needed


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MR 413 stamped blocks are 1959 year engines. First year for the 413 cubic inch displacement.
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MopaRob
Posted 2019-10-28 8:29 AM (#589399 - in reply to #588050)
Subject: Re: 413 engine ID help needed


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the second set of numbers is the 9004 engine block serial number and if it has an iron cross stamp it has over sized bearings from the factory.
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60 dart
Posted 2019-10-28 2:28 PM (#589412 - in reply to #588050)
Subject: Re: 413 engine ID help needed



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M = .001 "undersize" main bearing journals

R = 61
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