About Dodge Magnum Engine
Racing is in your blood, and you drive the Dodge Magnum with its race-proven engine technology to satisfy your need for speed. Powertrain engineers designed the high-performance Dodge Magnum engine with an impressive amount of horsepower and torque. The history of the Dodge Magnum stretches back to the mid-1970s in both North and South America, and NASCAR drivers like Richard Petty once drove the car to seven top five finishes, including two second place finishes. Dodge ended the original production run in 1979 but then revived it in 2004 and 2005 as a station wagon on the Chrysler LX platform. This Magnum model is a wagon version of the Chrysler 300 produced in the same plant that manufactured the original run in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It features an intake system that creates a supercharging effect at different engine speeds. Besides the outrageous power, the Dodge Magnum engine boasts excellent reliability and idles smoothly. This production run for the Magnum ended with the 2008 model. The vast inventory on eBay includes various versions of the powerful engine produced by Dodge.