Speedway SFI-Approved SBF 289/302/351W Ford 157-Tooth 28oz. Flexplate
289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8, 351W Ford Small Block V8, 157 Tooth Count
- Flexplate is designed to fit the 289-351 Windsor Small Block Ford engine
- It is fully balanced and checked for runout
- Features a lightweight design for rapid engine response
- Constructed from a high tensile strength steel and is .035" thicker than stock pieces
- These 175 tooth flexplates are fully SFI compliant
Here are some strong, affordable flexplates for you guys running 289/302/351W small block Ford engines. Built from high-tensile chromoly steel, these flexplates are SFI approved and .035" thicker than stock pieces.
Double welded ring gears will withstand the torque generated from high-stall converters, while the lightweight design promotes rapid engine response. The 157-tooth flywheels are available in 28 or 50 oz.
- SFI approved
- Direct bolt-on component
- Balanced and checked for runout
- Lightweight design for rapid engine response
- Constructed from a high tensile strength steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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