FTI Transmissions & Converters GM TH400 Level 4 Performance Transmission with Ultra Bell [900 HP]
Level 4 Transmissions
FTI Performance Transmission Core Return Process. The core must be returned in rebuildable condition and packed carefully in the original box to ensure a damage-free arrival back to our processing center, along with a copy of the original purchase invoice, and the FTI return form from the link below.
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FTI PERFORMANCE GM TH400 RACING TRANMISSION, CHEVY ULTRA BELL,SHORT SHAFT,900HP RATED, BILLET REVERSE PATTERN TRANSBRAKE VALVE BODY, 34 ELEMENT SPRAGUE, 4 CLUTCH INTERMEDIATE, BILLET CLUTCH HUB, RACE CLUTCHES, DEEP ALUMINUM PAN
Will a stock style pan fit on this transmission for better ground clearance?
What is the recommended fluid and amount for this transmission?
What if you don't have a 400th core?
Is this bellhousing for a for mod motor?
What is maximum horsepower rating on this transmission , is there a trans brake and is it manual reverse pattern
is transmission suitable for use in a 1976 C30 crew cab dually with 4:10 gears, Detroit locker, 600 ft/lb torque gas motor used for towing 8,000-16,000 lb trailers?
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