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What is the story on these engines? Are they the older version of the DT 466 or more like the DT 360? Interested in how they compare dimensionally to the other ones. Might make for an interesting road engine for a old pickup or truck.

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I'm guessing it has the same block as the 466 and 360 with a different bore and stroke to make up the difference in displacement.

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I thought the 360 had a different block being it is smaller dimensionally then the 466.

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What is the story on these engines? Are they the older version of the DT 466 or more like the DT 360? Interested in how they compare dimensionally to the other ones. Might make for an interesting road engine for a old pickup or truck.

The dt414's are the same block as the 466's. These were the 400 series engines (414, 436, 466). The only reall difference when they were first built was the stroke. They all had the same bore, just differing strokes, your cranks were different as well. 4.3"bore x 4.75", 5.00" & 5.35" respectively

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The DT/DTA360 and DT/DTA466 are completely different blocks, heads and cranks; although nearly 70% of the parts numbers are interchangable between the two engines. Same design, but different engine families.

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