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Hello, would you guys kindly tell what engine I have in my truck?
Hey guys, this is a 1965 Dodge D200 4-speed and I am not sure of engine size. This is just an old flatbed I picked up cheap to haul hay around the pasture. Lots of surface rust I intend to deal with and paint. I was told the last oil change was several years ago. It has a canister type oil filter. The old guy runs awesome! I can only imagine how much better with a fresh tune-up and a new belly of oil. Do you know the engine size? It is a v-8 Thanks!
posted: June 23, 2009
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Can you post the VIN or the body tag information or casting number on the engine block?
posted:  June 23, 2009
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Assuming that the engine in your truck is a 1965 engine, here are the specs for the D200 V8

ENGINE (Optional: D100/D200/D300/W100/W200): 90-degree, overhead valve. Eight-cylinder. Cast-iron block. Bore & stroke: 3.91 x 3.312 in. Displacement: 318.1 cid. Compression ratio: 8.25:1. Brake horsepower: 200 at 3900 rpm. Net horsepower: 48.92. Torque: 286 lbs.-ft. at 2400 rpm. Five main bearings. Hydraulic valve lifters.

ENGINE (Custom Sports Package: D100/D200/W100/W200): 90- degree, overhead valve, single rocker. Eight-cylinder. Cast-iron block. Bore & stroke: 4.25 x 3.75 in. Displacement: 426 cid. Compression ratio: 10.3:1. Brake horsepower: 365 at 4800 rpm. Net (Taxable) horsepower: 57.8. Torque: 470 lbs.-ft. at 3200 rpm. Five main bearĀ¬ings. Hydraulic valve lifters. Carburetor: Single four-barrel.
sources: The Standard Catalog of Light-Duty Dodge Trucks
posted:  June 23, 2009
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