The 426 Hemi developed 425 H.P. The 440 developed 390 H.P. They both developed 490 lb/ft of torque. Installed in the same body with the same gear ratio and same transmission the 426 Hemi will be faster.
I'd put my money on the Hemi assuming that both cars are stock and have the same drive train.
that all depends on the engine in it, the 440 magnum and the hemi were pretty fast in the day.
It is a 1969 dodge charger r/t with a 440 magnum or a 426 hemi.
A Hemi will not fit in a 2000 Ram with out major modifications.
It's a 1969 Dodge Charger r/t with a 440 magnum or a 426 hemi named "The General lee".
The Charger is faster, they are built on the same chassis but the extar metal and glass of the magnum adds aprox. 230lbs which slows it alittle. magnum email@example.com, 4380lbs. charger firstname.lastname@example.org, 4153lbs. both have 5.7 hemi 340hp/390tq
It's a 1969 Dodge Challenger r/t with a 440 magnum or a 426 hemi named "The General lee
The 2006 Dodge Hemi... no contest
Was advertised at 335
It is on the bottom of the reservoir.
It will have two or four depending on the emissions package.
Very likely, as there was no 2007 Dodge Challenger.