Small Block Chevy Externally Balanced - 168 Tooth
JEGS 601074 Heavy-Duty Flexplate for use with Small Block Chevy externally-balanced engines is 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.
I have a early 350 converted to 1 piece rear main seal I am using a tci turbo 350 will this flexplate work.
Will this work with a 700r4 and a 350vortech engine
Will this fit 92 c15 00 with 350 5.7 automatic trans
I have a 2002 Chevy Blazer with 4.3 liter vortec engine and 4L60e transmission. Will this flexplate work on my vehicle?
would the flex plate #555-601074 bolt up to a turbo 400 trans with a 6 hole pattern engine is a 350 with 1 piece rear seal
I have a sb Chevy that is externally balanced. Would part #555-601074, 168T flexplate fit? I believe the rear of the crankshaft measures 2-1/2" where the flexplate would sit.
I have a sbc late model 350. Are all of these 350 blocks eexternally balanced and 1 piece rear main seals?
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