What is a Mopar TIP Sensor?

Answer Mopar, which refers to Motor Parts, is an automobile parts and services subsidiary of the Chrysler Group. Mopar is the original equipment manufacturer for all cars made by the group. It makes parts... Read More »

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How to Tell a Mopar Rear End?

The parts division of the Chrysler Corporation, or Mopar, has manufactured many different rear end models throughout Chrysler's history. Chrysler has also used non-Mopar rear ends, such as those by... Read More »

318 Mopar Performance?

The 318-cubic-inch V-8 Mopar engine belongs to the "LA" Mopar engine class manufactured by Chrysler. The "L" stands for lightweight and the "A" stand for type A Mopar engine. The LA 318 ci 5.2-lite... Read More »

How to Tune Your Mopar 440?

The Mopar 440 engine is a common big block engine of the muscle car era, powering such iconic cars as the GTX, the Charger, the Challenger, the Barracuda and others. The 440 is mostly noted for its... Read More »

Mopar 273 Performance?

Mopar is owned by the Chrysler Group and produces and distributes engines for Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep. The Mopar 273 gets its name due to the fact that its displacement is 273 cubic inches.