Small Block, Big Block & 90 Degree V6 Chevy Internally Balanced - 168 Tooth
JEGS 601071 Heavy-Duty SFI Flexplate for use with 1957-1985 Small block Chevy 283/302/305/307/327/350, 1966-1972 Big Block Chevy 396/402/427 & Chevy 4.3 L 90 Degree V6 internally-balanced engines, engineered to handle extreme-duty applications and designed to take the punishment of today’s high-horsepower engines. This Flexplate is .035 in. thicker than stock and has a 29.1 SFI approval stamped into the face of the plate.
SFI 29.1 Rated Flexplates
Built to exceed OE specifications, JEGS die-stamped flexplates are made from Chromoly steel with a double-welded ring gear to prevent separation in high-RPM engines. Each drag racing flexplate has a zinc-dichromate finish applied to prevent degradation, then undergoes a final plate inspection and SFI certification testing to guarantee complete customer satisfaction.
does this flexplate have mounting 3/8's mounting holes holes, My B&M holeshot torque converter has 3/8 holes.
will this fit on a 2000 silverado 4.8 1500 that was originally a manual?
Will this allow a 89 454 to bolt up to a 700r4?
Will this fit a 4.2L straight 6 04 trailblazer?
Will this work with my sbc 400 that’s internally balanced?
Hi, will this fit 2005 Silverado 4.3 v6?
What does this flex plate weigh?
I have a older carbureted 454 with a 2-piece rear main seal will this flywheel fit and work for a turbo 350 and a turbo 400 both
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