TCI 399273 Details
Chevrolet SFI 29.1 Approved Flexplates
Pre-1986 Small Block/Big Block Chevy
Dual Bolt Pattern: LS Bolt Pattern (11.1") and GM Small Bolt Pattern (10-3/4")
Note: For use with racing converter or GM Powerglide adapter
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 adapterFeatures
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Need a flexplate for a ls2. Whats the part number for that engine?
Thanks for the last answer - but, I'll ask again "Which TCI flexplate has 10.75 and 11.5" holes, 168 tooth, internal balance for Big Block Chev applications?'.
Hi, Normal 'dual-pattern' flywheels for Chev have 10.75 and 11.5 bolt patterns. This states "10.75 and 11.1". Is that correct? If so, which TCI flywheel has 10.75 and 11.5 patterns in 168 tooth/internal balance for CHEV MarkIV BBC? Thanks.
Will this bolt onto a 5.3l vortec?
I have a Vortex 8100 engine, will this flexplate bolt onto it?
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