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   1990-1994 Dodge 880 V4, 1755 CC Used Engine - Product Page
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This Dodge 1,755 CC engine is characterized by "SOHC, 8 valve, no jet, With balance shaft". This Dodge rebuilt engine block was originally manufactured by CHRYSLER in 1990-1994. Our Dodge V4, 1755 CC Used Engine long block comes without the engine accessories and the tin parts. Remove the old engine accessories and tin parts such as exhaust manifold, oil pan and timing belt cover from the original Dodge block that you want to replace on your Dodge 880 car or truck. You may visit a certified Dodge mechanic or car repair technician to ensure a smooth installation. If you need a high performance Dodge motor, contact us for available Dodge 880 engine performance options.
Please call 1-800-378-7566 to buy a used engine
Product Name Engine Block
Applications 1990-1994 Dodge 880
Performances High performance options available
Catalog No. HPx-302
Warranty 100,000 Mile / 7-Year
Engine Size 1,755 CC
Engine Type V4
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VIN Code ""
Head Casting N/A
Block Casting N/A
Crank Casting N/A
Shipping $175 (48 US States)
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Remarks SOHC, 8 valve, no jet, With balance shaft
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1990-1994 Dodge 880 V4, 1755 CC Used Engine - Product Page
This Dodge engine is characterized by "SOHC, 8 valve, no jet, With balance shaft". This Dodge motor has a capable and sizable engine () and various application possibilities and lots of horsepower and torque to deliver. It is one of the most popular Dodge engine configurations and context to use and a V4 to boot. It can sport a for power and performance on demand in a variety of vehicles. Compatible with VIN Code and with aspiration, some of the technical specifications can typically be found in the original Dodge user manual.