Performance Automatic Flexplate Stiffener Small Block Ford

Performance Automatic: PA26470
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Performance Automatic Flexplate Stiffener Small Block Ford
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Product Description

Performance Automatic Flexplate Stiffener for Mustangs with a Small Block Ford Engine.

High-performance engines need to work faster and harder than their standard counterparts, and therefore require stronger parts. At times, even high-quality parts need assistance to achieve peak performance after regular use, which is where these Performance Automatic Flexplate Stiffeners for Small Block Ford Engines come into use.

- Fits all Small Block Ford Engines
- Constructed from Solid Steel
- 0.125 in. Thickness
- Stiffens up the Flexplate

Installed between the hardware and the flexplate, this flexplate stiffeners are designed to provide additional strength for the flexplate, and are crafted from solid steel with a thickness of 0.125 in. Performance Automatic's flexplate stiffeners are engineered for excellence and are rigorously inspected throughout the manufacturing cycle to ensure that customers receive the highest-quality products.

Performance Automatic is an aftermarket equipment manufacturer that specializes in developing performance automatic transmission packages for a wide range of Mustang years. They produce everything an owner could need to complete a restoration or complete transmission swap, from oil pans and assembly hardware, to flexplates, gaskets and full transmission packages, as well as all of the accessories anyone may need to complete the installation of their new transmission.

Order a Performance Automatic Flexplate Stiffener for your Small Block Ford Engine Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Product Questions

your description says it goes between the crank and flex plate, that does not sound right. should it not go between the bolts and flex plate.

Asked by: jerry777
Yes you are correct.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-07-05
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