TCI Bellhousing Aluminum Case-Fill Small Block C4

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TCI Bellhousing Aluminum Case-Fill Small Block C4

Product Description

TCI Aluminum Bellhousing for Mustangs with a Case-Fill C4 Transmission and a Small Block Engine.

The new TCI Ford C4 319 Aluminum 5-7/8" depth bellhousing is built from aluminum and CNC-machined to exact specifications for a precision fit. This lightweight bellhousing is the perfect replacement component for your Ford C4 5-7/8" bellhousing, and is a simple bolt-up in the standard OE configuration.

The TCI Ford C4 319 Bellhousing fits the common 157-tooth Ford flexplate and two-bolt starter applications without modification, and eliminates chasing down old and potentially structurally fatigued bellhousings in the junkyard. The 5-7/8" depth sizing is the most common depth found with C4 transmissions. This is one of the most cost effective and safe solutions available for this application and works with case-filled transmissions as well.

*This bellhousing is not SFI-approved for any type of racing.

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Installation Instructions

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Product Questions

hi do you guys sell the C4 bellhousing for the 200 inline six or a 250 inline six?

Asked by: bulger76
No we do not.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-08-31

I have a flex plate from a 289 engine with 160 teeth instead of the 157 described. Before I purchase this part I want to make sure that it will fit correctly. How do I check to see if this will fit and can be used with the flex plate that I have.

Asked by: JOEAM
this will not work with that flexplate.  this is for a 6 bolt block and a stock 160 tooth flexplate only works with the early 5 bolt block so this will not bolt up.
Answered by: tom cjpp
Date published: 2016-01-21
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