JEGS 555-601255 Flywheel Features:
- Utilizes 11 in. Clutch
- Non-SFI approved to be used in street applications
- Total Weight: 30 lbs.
- Replaces GM 3986394
How do I know what flywheel I need?
- Determine your engine type and size to choose the right flywheel. Refer to your vehicle specifications or consult with our experts for accurate fitment guidance based on your application.
Are big-block and small-block Chevy flywheels the same?
- No, big-block and small-block Chevy flywheels differ in size and tooth count. Ensure compatibility by selecting the appropriate flywheel designed for your specific engine type and application.
What is the difference between a 350 and 400 flywheel?
- The main difference lies in tooth count and size. A 350 flywheel typically has fewer teeth than a 400 flywheel. Choose the correct one based on your engine specifications for optimal performance.
How many teeth does a small block Chevy flywheel have?
- The number of teeth on a small block Chevy flywheel varies, but commonly, it aligns with the engine type. Check our product listings, like the JEGS 601255 SBC 400 Flywheel, for specific tooth count details.
Will this fit a 383 stroker
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