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ATI Bellhousing for SuperCase Big Block Mopar Bolt Pattern

ATI 200016M

085-200016M

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ATI Bellhousing for SuperCase Big Block Mopar Bolt Pattern $349.99
Bellhousing for SuperCase
  • Big Block Mopar Bolt Pattern

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    ATI200016M

    The ATI Performance Transmission SuperCase features an all new High Performance Powerglide Transmission Case, Bellhousing and Tail Shaft Housing. This 356 T-6 cast aluminum housing has been exclusively engineered to eliminate all the weak points found in the original GM produced Powerglide.

    Each ATI SuperCase is CNC machined to accept all Powerglide spec replacement parts. It also features a removable bellhousing that is precisely located to a CNC machined diameter and then held securely to the SuperCase with 6 bolts. The SuperCase is SFI 4.1 manufacturer certified with a steel safety liner. The lightweight anti-explosion shield weighs only 29 ounces and no external shield is needed. The bellhousing is SFI 30.1 manufacturer certified with out any external shields needed.

    NOTE: SuperCase and Tailshaft Housing sold separately.

    JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.

    What flexplate is to be used with this bell housing? 8 bolt crank btw.... What converter it to be used? Standard GM height converter? Thanks!

    Asked by: LarryBarnett
    This is the flexplate we would recommend - Part Number: 890-149182 This will allow the use of GM torque converters depending on the transmission you are using.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-21
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations