Are you re-building the C6 Automatic Transmission Engine on y our 1971-1974 Mustang? Don't forget to pick up a new 164 Tooth Automatic Transmission Flexplate from CJ Pony Parts!
This is a standard replacement, 164 tooth flexplate for your 1971-1974 351C Cobra Jet Mustang's engine. It is constructed from high-quality cast iron and is created to OE specs to be a direct-fit replacement for C6 automatic transmissions. Don't mess around with 'factory-like' parts when it comes to your classic pony's engine--be sure you're getting the exact replacement part your engine needs!
Features & Benefits:
- Fits C6 Automatics
- 164 Tooth Flex Plate
- For 351C 1971-74 Mustangs
- OE Style Replacement
The May 1971/1972 Q-code Version (351-Cobra Jet, 266 HP) was a low-compression 4V variant employing a cast-iron intake manifold (with telltale spread-bore carburetor flange), special camshaft, hydraulic lifters, dual-point distributor, 4-bolt main caps. A small number of late 1971 351C-4V engines were actually low-compression 351-CJ engines, and were equipped with an aluminum intake manifold.
The 1973/1974 Q-code Version (351-Cobra-Jet, 246 HP) was essentially the same as the 1972 351CJ though with two important differences: Camshaft timing was retarded by four degrees; cylinder heads- though still with large 4V ports - were fitted with smaller valves (2.04" Intake / 1.65" Exhaust), same as used in 351C-2V.
*Your Cobra Jet's 4V cylinder head has the number Œ4 cast into the upper corners for you to see exactly which version of the engine your pony is sporting.