Hooker BHS535 Blackheart NAG1 Trans Adapter, 66-70 Mopar B-Body
Hooker Blackheart transmission adapter is part of the most comprehensive line of GEN-3 Hemi swap components available for the Mopar B-Body. The BHS535 crossmember adapter plate allows the installation of the popular NAG1 6-speed automatic transmissions when used with the BHS532 Transmission Crossmember. The BHS535 Adapter Plate bolts directly to the OEM transmission mount location with the supplied hardware and eliminates the daunting task of figuring out correct drive line inclination and U-Joint operation angles. BHS535 transmission adapter plate is designed for use with GM style transmission mount for its compact design that allows for better ground clearance than the OEM crossmember (use w/ Hooker part # 71223029HKR or 71223030HKR - sold separately). Solid 3/16" Steel construction and black coated finish provides long lasting performance and good looks.
- Engineered Transmission Adapter Plates Works Together w/ Hooker Blackheart Transmission Crossmember, Engine Mounting Brackets, Long Tube headers, and Exhaust Systems for an Easy Trouble Free Gen III Hemi Engine Swap in the 66-70 B-Body Mopar Platform
- Accommodates Popular NAG1 Transmission (Requires BHS532 Crossmember)
- Sets Driveline Inclination Angle to Approximately 2.0 - 2.5 Degrees with Proper U-Joint Operation Angle When Used with BHS531 Engine Mounting Brackets and V8 K-member
- Uses Hooker Transmission Mount - Hooker Part # 71223029HKR or 71223030HKR (sold separately)
- Accommodates up to 3” Exhaust
- Black Coated for Great Looks and Durability
- Heavy Duty 3/16” Steel Construction
- Includes Mounting Bolts to Attach to Transmission & Transmission Mount
Use with BHS532 Transmission Crossmember (sold separately)
Requires 2-bolt GM style transmission mount (Hooker p/n: 71223029HKR or 71223030HKR sold separately).
May require 1" shift linkage extension (shift linkage rod length varies)
Some transmission tunnel massaging will be required (around shift linkage). Minor trimming of unused- nonstructural casting flash and tabs will be required to the transmission case. Shifter cable bracket may need to be fabricated.
Output flange adapters (tone ring) and custom drive shaft are required
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