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Competition Engineering 4034

Competition Engineering Engine Limiter Kit

247-4034

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$59.99
Competition Engineering Engine Limiter Kit $59.99
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Engine Limiter Kit

Specifications:

Quantity
Sold as a kit
Welding Required
Yes
Hardware Included
Yes
Torque Limiter Finish
Natural
Torque Limiter Material
Steel
Torque Limiter Type
Fixed
Manufacturer's Part Number:
4034

Strengthen your chassis

This engine limiter kit is designed to mount diagonally between the engine block and frame rail, preventing forward and rear movement of the engine/transmission assembly during launch and braking. Without this kit, engine movement within the chassis would cause the front and rear motor plates to flex and eventually crack. The use of two engine limiter kits, positioned on either side of the engine, is strongly recommended for high-horsepower race cars.





Features
  • 3/4" DOM Steel Tube
  • 1/2" Rod End
  • Chassis Tabs
  • Engine Mount Tube
  • Fabrication & Welding Required

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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