This mod adds 4 new engines to the Moonhawk. 358 and 404 cui V8s, 246 cui I6, and a 151 cui I4, along with configs. The V8s give a bit more variety for the Moonhawk, and the I4 gives a horrendously under-powered base model, along with some surprisingly fast tuned variants. Their torque curves are shown below, along with some lore in the spoiler, for those who care.
These are a few more engines for the Moonhawk, and add a hilariously under powered base engine, as well as a few more big block V8s for variety. I would also consider adding a small block, but the Moonhawk's I6 makes an incredibly unrealistic amount of power (150 HP from a 4L in 1973!? Devs pls nerf). Instead, I added my own realistically tuned I6, although it is not used in any configs. Just replace the stock I6 with the 246 cui one if you want to use it.151 cui Inline 4:
Developed to comply with the ever-tightening emissions standards of the 70s, the Bruckell 151 cui "Bishop" engine was introduced in 1976, and available on almost every Bruckell vehicle. Although it was efficient for its time, it was also pathetically underpowered on even the lightest vehicles in Bruckells lineup. Despite this, it's low cost, durability, and efficiency in the face of the 70s fuel crises led to it being a somewhat common choice on new cars.
246 cui Inline 6:
An alternative to the probably magic and not emissions compliant 244 I6, this engine makes a anemic 110 HP, but is tuned for lots of low end torque, making it still reasonably useful.
358 cui V8:
The smallest displacement of Bruckell's big-blocks, this engine offers a little more power than a small block, while still offering reasonable efficiency. Being an economy minded design, it wasn't available with the sport package. It also has a much shorter stroke, making it a bit more rev happy.
404 cui V8:
Although not the largest Bruckell big block, this engine was the largest available on the Moonhawk. However, regulations and lackluster sales meant it was cut for the 1976 model year.
Moonhawk More Engines Mod 1.7