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Old 04-27-2005, 05:21 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by asonofabeach69
I believe he is referring to the OHV 3400 that makes 170-185hp and 200-215 ft lbs of torque. the DOHC makes 200-215 hp depending on year.
Yes thats what I'm referring to...

3400( pushrod ) is slightly diffrent from a 3.4( Pushrod ) and the 3.4( DOHC )

Yes the 3.4 is good for 200-215 Hp and 230 ft lbs I think...( DOHC )

The 3.4 Pushrod was good for 160hp and 200 Tq

The 3400 Pushrod was good for just like the man said, 170-185 HP

I like and respect the 3.4 DOHC for what it is, but I wouldn't own one...lol

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