Note: Ultrabell does require removal of OEM bellhousing which is a simple task that can be performed with ordinary hand tools.
10-Pound Housings about 5-Times Stronger than Stock Bellhousings
SFI-30.1 certified as flywheel shields, Ultra-Bells feature patented T6 aluminum castings that endure twisting & tire shake. They bolt to front pump and fit under stock floors. Models mating Ford or Chrysler V8 to Powerglide eliminate adapter plates (starter mounts to Ultra-Bell).
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Will this work on a BPO th400?
Will this work with the new gen v lt1?
Does this require a dished flex plate or a flat one to mount a TH400 to an LS1?
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