JEGS 555-601062 GM LS Flexplate Features:
- Fits 1999-2007 GM LS 6.0 liter engines with 4L80E transmission
- Converter bolt pattern is 11.063 in.
- Made from steel for strength and long life
- For installing on pre-1997 transmissions, a special spacer is needed which installs between flexplate and crankshaft flange. JEGS 555-601010 is sold separately for this.
Will a 4L60E flexplate work with a 4L80E?
- No, a 4L60E flexplate is not compatible with a 4L80E transmission. The two transmissions have different torque converter bolt patterns and sizes, requiring specific flexplates for each.
How much gap between torque converter and flexplate 4L80E?
- The recommended gap between the torque converter and the flexplate for a 4L80E transmission is typically around 0.030 to 0.060 inches. This allows for proper alignment and prevents interference issues.
What is the bolt pattern on a 4L80E flexplate?
- The 4L80E flexplate has a specific bolt pattern designed to match the torque converter. It is essential to use a flexplate with the correct bolt pattern for proper engagement and function.
What is the difference between a flexplate and a flywheel?
- A flexplate is used in automatic transmissions, connecting the engine's crankshaft to the torque converter. In contrast, a flywheel is used in manual transmissions, providing a mounting surface for the clutch assembly and helping to balance the engine's rotating assembly.
Is this flex plate SFI rated? Will it fit a 4L80E with the 6 lug pattern @ 11.5"?
Would I be required to use an LS Style converter or can I use a regular one if I am running this flex plate?
I need a drive plate for a 1999 Isuzu Trooper 3.5l v-6
I have an 05 Lq4 mating to a 99 4l60e is this what I need?
I have an 02 6.0 ls1, to be married up to a 02 4l80e trans. I purchased this flex plate, but there is about a 3/4" gap from tq converter to flex plate. What do I need to get these lined up?!?
Is this a dished flexplate?
Is this the right flex plate for a gen3 ls 5.3 with a 98’ 4l80e
Is this the proper flexplate for an early long crank 6.0?
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