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TCI 399173

TCI SFI-Approved Flexplate Small Block Chevy LT1

890-399173

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$100.99
TCI SFI-Approved Flexplate Small Block Chevy LT1 $100.99
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SFI-Approved Flexplate
  • Small Block Chevy LT1
  • Small Bolt Pattern
  • External Balance
  • 153 Tooth
  • Specifications:

    Engine Balance
    External
    Flexplate Material
    Steel
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Ring Gear Tooth Quantity
    153-tooth
    Safety Rating
    SFI 29.1
    Rear Main Seal Style
    1-piece
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    399173


    TCI Heavy-Duty Flexplates are .035" thicker than stock plates in order to withstand the stress of high-RPM engines and high-stall torque converters. Chevy 168-tooth plates have dual bolt patterns to accommodate both Powerglide and Turbo-Hydramatic (TH) torque converters.

    Note: For use with racing converter or GM Powerglide adapter

    Features
  • Constructed from a high tensile strength material
  • Resists elongation and cracking
  • Available for popular Chrysler, Ford, and Chevy applications

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