The 1966 Dodge Charger 383 is a classic muscle car produced by Dodge for the 1966 model year. It was available as a two-door hardtop, and it was powered by a 383 cubic inch V8 engine that produced 325 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque. The Charger 383 was available with a choice of a 3-speed manual, 4-speed manual, or 3-speed automatic transmission.
The 1966 Dodge Charger had a distinctive and sporty design, with its fastback profile, hidden headlights, and a split grille. It was designed as a sporty car with a lot of performance, it was considered as a great combination of power and style.
The 1966 Charger featured a new more modern looking fastback design which was quickly became iconic and well-liked by car enthusiasts. The Charger 383 was a popular choice among buyers that were looking for a performance car with good looks and power. The 383 engine was a strong and reliable engine that made the Charger a formidable car on the street and on the drag strip.
Dyno runs, or dynamometer tests, are used to measure the power output of an engine. By placing a vehicle on a dynamometer and running it at different speeds and loads, engineers and mechanics can measure horsepower and torque output and evaluate the engine’s performance.
It’s not only a way to measure the power output but also can be used to check the engine’s health and performance, and also to make adjustments or tuning on the engine to improve the power output. Dyno runs are widely used by car enthusiasts, racers and mechanics to fine tune their engines and get the most out of them.
This older red 1966 Dodge Charger with the 383 engine did some dyno pulls at the Mopar Car Show in Avondale, Arizona. Watch the video of this powerful 1966 Dodge Charger 383 on dyno. I really find it exciting: