horsepower for 1992 daytona with 3.0 engine

Asked by May 25, 2009 at 01:10 PM about the 1992 Dodge Daytona

Question type: General

I was wondering what the horsepower was for my 92 daytona iroc with a 3.0. I have found info ranging from 141 to 440

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A 3.0 from the factory is 141 hp. With a few upgrades you can see 200 hp. A little research online will help you find the best things to tinker with.

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3.0's aren't great for upgrades and they had problems with valve guides going bad early, causing excessive oil use and burning. (Bluish smoke from tailpipe, especially on startup). Check www.allpar.com and follow the links to the Daytonas and or engines to find oodles of info about your car!! You'll be glad you did!!

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Also try andysautoparts.com or simply search online for how much horse power does a 92 dodge daytona make with a 3.0L engine I hope this helps Sencerly 91 dodge daytona Se 2.5L owner.

The 1992 3.0 V6 still had about 140 HP and 170 ft lb of torque. This V6 is the perfect candidate for turbo charging. I have had awesome results with turbo charging mine.

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