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"... The Hemi started and ran flawlessly!! I am the proud owner of a "Hemihaines" built engine. ... A Eddie Haines Hemi will exceed your expectations!!!!", Butch Verbeck

"I have just entered a car show in my area and the talk was, "where did you find that Hemi"? Of course I said, 'It was built by Mr Eddie Haines himself'.", Jay Kroess

"He is the most Professional, "stick to the word" person, I have ever had the pleasure of dealing with!!", Lee & Karen Prather

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American Muscle Car Hemi Engine Restoration & Repair /

HEMI Engine Videos | Muscle Car Engines


392 Blown Hemi First Fire  



426 Hemi First Fire  



472 Hemi First Fire  



484 Hemi First Fire  



500" Wedge First Fire  



426 Hemi First Fire  



535 Hemi First Fire  



472 Hemi Fire Fire  



472 Hemi First Fire  



354 Hemi First Fire  



426 Hemi First Fire  



392 Hemi 8-71 Supercharger First Fire  



500" Wedge First Fire  



426 Hemi Engine Restoration.



Drag Race 426 Hemi Engine with Roller Camshaft.



This blown (supercharged) 392 hemi engine has just been fired  for the first time and everything went smoothly.



This is a 392 Hemi built by Eddie Haines of Hemihaines.com. This is first firing and going up to 2000rpm for 20 minutes until the camshaft is broke in. Those are Basset Boat Headers.



Part 1: This is a 354 Hilborn Electronic Fuel Injected Hemi built by Eddie Haines of Hemihaines.com This shows the first initial fire of the engine. It went flawlessly.  



Part 2: This is a 354 Hilborn Fuel Injected Hemi. This walk around video shows all related components necessary in the build. Note the accessories mounted on the front of the engine.



Part 4: This is a Hilborn Electronic Fuel Injected Hemi built by Eddie Haines has just gone through the camshaft break-in process and awaits its first crisp throttle response.



This is a 426 Hemi built by Eddie Haines of Hemihaines.com This is initial firing for camshaft break-in. It will run at 2000rpm for twenty minutes. It has 80 lbs of oil pressure and 20 inches of manifold vacuum during this process.



This is a 472 Hemi engine built by Eddie Haines of Hemihaines.com It has a hydraulic roller cam and Stage V roller rockers. After it fires it will go through a warm up period before timing and carburetors are dialed in. Since it has a roller camshaft, it does not need to have to go through the camshaft break in.



This is a 426 Hemi built by Eddie Haines of Hemihaines.com This is first firing of the engine. It will run at 2000rpm for 20 minutes until the camshaft is broke in.  



This is a 354 six-pac Hemi built by Eddie Haines at Hemihaines.com In the video, The Hemi has already gone through the camshaft break in period and been lowered down to idle.  



This is a 331 Extended bellhousing Hemi. This customer chose to have Dyer's supply the supercharger, Joe Hunt for the Magneto, Vintage Speed Equipment for the six-pac set up and of coarse Hemihaines to make it all happen.



This is a Aluminum headed, Hilborn Electronic fuel injected 392 Hemi. It weighs in at 489lbs. Hilborn rated at 550hp  A true performer. Block was ground smooth for that deep rich wet look.




This is a supercharged 392 Hemi that is firing for the very first time. It will continue at 2000rpm for 20 minutes to ensure a proper camshaft break in.



This is a walk around video of a supercharged 392 Hemi. BDS supplied the blower, Engle supplied the cam, Mallory supplied the spark and Hemihaines supplied the dream for this customer. TURN IT UP!!!!!! It is going through the cool down period after camshaft break in.



Here is a 426 Hemi on a Superflo 901 Dyno. This pass made 554 hp and exceeded the maximum rpm capability. Eventually it made 580 hp and 603 ft. lbs of torque on 92 pump gas.



Classic HEMI and WEDGE Engines For Sale

Looking to restore a WEDGE Engine or HEMI engine for one of the popular MOPAR cars during the 1950's through 1970's? You've found the right man for the job. Give Eddie a call to discuss your restoration or repair project. For over 25 years, Eddie has been excited about restoring the original beauty and performance of HEMI engines and American Muscle Cars. The HEMI engine was popular in production cars during the 50's and early 70's in cars and also in racing as one of the fastest engines on the market. Manufacturers such as Chrysler (FirePower Engine), DeSoto (FireDome Engine), Dodge (Red Ram Engine), and Plymouth were in aggressive competition during what is often called the "Horsepower Wars". The Chryster 426 HEMI Engine was so fast in 1964 that in 1965 it was banned from NASCAR races. HEMI Engines have a hemispherical combustion chamber that was great for efficient airflow and torque. The name HEMI has become synonymous with BIG and POWERFUL and these types of engines helped to shape the state of the art in racing and street cars during their time on the market.

Restoration of HEMI and WEDGE Engines for American Muscle MOPAR Cars

Are you restoring a classic car that requires a HEMI or WEDGE engine under the hood, but yours is non-functioning, rusted out and a fraction of its former self? HEMI Haines has seen them all and can help you restore the engine or build a new one that will be to factory specs to make your car the ultimate replica and in like-new condition. Whether its a Barracuda, Charger, Road Runner, Coronet, Challenger, GTX, or another American Muscle Car, HEMI haines can bring it back to its original glory with a restored HEMI Engine that runs like new.

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