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List of Chrysler bellhousing patterns

The following is a list of Chrysler bellhousing patterns.

Contents

  • A/LA/Hemi pattern 1
  • B/RB pattern 2
  • G/RG pattern 3
  • Chrysler extended block pattern 4

A/LA/Hemi pattern

  • 241/260/270 in³ "Semi-Hemi" A-series V8
  • 277/301/303/313/318  in³ "Plymouth Poly A-series V8
  • 326 in³ Red Ram 326 A-series V8
  • 273/318/340/360 in³ small block LA-series V8
  • 238 in³ LA-series V6
  • Magnum 3.9 liter LA-series V6
  • Magnum 4.7/5.2/5.9 liter LA-series V8
  • Viper 8.0/8.3 liter LA-series V10 (This engine has similar bolt patterns to the LA/Small Block except that the top holes on the Aluminum V10 will not align with any other LA/Small Block transmission.)
  • Ram Tough Magnum LA-series V10 (This Engine has a bolt pattern that does not match any other Chrysler/Dodge, it WILL NOT bolt up to any other transmission other than the iron block V10.)
  • 2000–present 5.7/6.1/6.4/6.6 liter Hemi V8

B/RB pattern

  • 350/361/383/400 in³ big block B-series V8
  • 413/426/440 in³ big block RB-series V8
  • 1965-1971 426 in³ Hemi V8

G/RG pattern

Chrysler extended block pattern

1951-1954 331 in³ industrial-use Hemi V8

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