JEGS Race Prepped Transmission for GM’s Powerglide is fully equipped with an aftermarket transbrake, 1.80 straight cut gears, a 4340 output shaft, and a 300M turbo spline input shaft. Built with a stock case & tail housing, 8-pack clutch drum and aftermarket hub, Kevlar racing band, high volume pump with oversized gears, and a deep aluminum pan; this full-length 1200 HP transmission is built for unbeatable performance.
- Aftermarket Transbrake
- 4340 Output Shaft & 300M Turbo Spline Input Shaft
- Aftermarket Hub w/ 8-pack Clutch Drum
- Kevlar Racing Band
- High Volume Pump w/ Oversized Gears
- Deep Aluminum Pan
- OEM Case & Tail Housing
- Rated up to 1200 Horsepower
- Forward Shift Pattern
Note: Transbrake button must be pressed to engage reverse
Affordable High-Performance Transmissions
JEGS Race-prepped Transmissions make an excellent choice for weekend bracket racers, mud trucks, sand drag racers, and high-powered performance street cars. Transmissions are race prepped with aftermarket high-performance parts, and tail housing, deep aluminum pan, and shortened output shaft; increasing the rating up to 1400 horsepower for unbeatable performance.
does is fit on a 79 camaro 350 block?
Will this work in a 1967 camaro with a 454 big block?
Full length= 27 9/16" ?
Which JEGS Race Prepped Transmissions Are Best?
The best JEGS race-prepped transmission for your needs will depend on a few factors. First, you will need to decide what type of racing you plan on doing. If you are mainly interested in drag racing, then a unit like the TH400 would be a good choice. On the other hand, if you want to be able to tackle any type of terrain, then the Powerglide is a better option.
How Much Do JEGS Race Prepped Transmissions Cost?
A touch under $3,000 will get you a Full-Length 1200 HP GM Powerglide Transmission. However, if you want to play with the big boys, the Race Prepped GM TH400 Transmission without Bellhousing [Rated up to 1400 HP] is the way to go.
Whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional racer, JEGS race-prepped transmissions can give you the edge you need to come out on top. With their increased power handling capabilities and upgraded internals, these units are sure to give you the performance you crave.
Looking to step up your transmission game? JEGS has what you need with their line of race-prepped transmissions. These gearboxes are designed to handle up to 1400hp, so you can rest assured knowing that your car or truck will be able to handle whatever you throw at it.
JEGS transmissions are available in several different configurations which allow you to choose the one that best fits your needs. Whether you are looking to put down some serious numbers at the track or want to get through the deepest mudhole, JEGS has you covered.
What Are JEGS Race Prepped Transmissions Common Pros and Cons?
Race-prepped transmissions like the 1200 hp TH400 from JEGS offer many advantages over stock units. For starters, they are designed to handle a lot more power. This means that you can push your engine to its limits without having to worry about damaging your transmission. Race-prepped transmissions often come with upgraded internals. This includes things like stronger gears and bearings, which can help to extend the life of your transmission.
These transmissions come with a price that matches their performance capabilities, and that's obviously different than stock units. The results speak for themselves on the track."
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