JEGS 1200 HP Transmission for GM’s Powerglide is Race Prepped 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 short tail transmission is made 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.
What is the overall length of the PG transmission? Including the bell-housing and without.
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