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TCI Forged Flexplates 399473

TCI Auto 399473 - TCI Forged Flexplates

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Flexplate, 168-Tooth, External Engine Balance, 2-Piece Rear Main Seal, SFI 29.1, Chevy, 454, Each

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Brand: TCI Auto
Manufacturer's Part Number: 399473
Part Type: Flexplates
Product Line: TCI Forged Flexplates
Summit Racing Part Number: TCI-399473

UPC: 788120008112
Ring Gear Tooth Quantity: 168-tooth
Rear Main Seal Style: 2-piece
Engine Balance: External
Flexplate Material: Steel
Safety Rating: SFI 29.1
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: Dual bolt pattern.
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If you need stock, stamped, or heavy-duty, TCI forged flexplates is your performance solution. TCI offers popular Chrysler, Ford, and Chevy applications. Their forged selection for Chrysler includes special counter balanced flexplates for neutral balance torque converters in cast crank applications that came with a counter balanced torque converter. For Ford applications TCI offers OEM-style small block plates built to precise standards with extra-thick welds to retain starter ring gear and are precision-balanced. Their Chevy stamped flexplates are built .035 in. thicker than stock from high-tensile strength materials with extra welding to help retain the starter ring gear and to withstand the stress of high-rpm engines and high-stall converters. Stock or mild performance, buzzing around at high rpms needs the confidence of TCI forged flexplates.

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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