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B&M HEMI Flexplate SFI 29.1 Approved **$145**

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We have a new option for a SFI 29.1 Approved flexplate for the HEMI LX, LC! This one comes from B&M and it's in stock, available to ship now!

Fits Hemi 5.7L and 6.1L engines including automatic Challenger, Charger, Magnum, 300C with HEMI motors.

(Does not fit MOPAR truck applications.)

* SFI 29.1 approved, NHRA/IHRA legal for all classes (Chevrolet & Chrysler).
* SFI certification sticker included (recertification required every 3 yrs.).
* Ideal for street applications to extreme duty racing and high (above 6,000) rpm use.

To order: B&M Flexplate (SFI 29.1 Approved) 06-10 Charger, 300, Magnum, Challenger 5.7L, 6.1L or call us toll free 888-SPD-LOGX

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This is a must do mod for anyone running higher HP, and easy to do when doing a motor swap, or transmission work! We have seen numerous stock Flex Plates with cracking isues on modded cars.
 

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we had a customer order one of these last week with their converter. if you're considering a converter, you'll save yourself the labor by installing this flexplate at the same time!!
 

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these are available to ship and a definite must for safety if you race your cars! also a smart idea to install one WHILE you're doing a torque converter. kill two birds with one stone and then kill Camaros and Mustangs! :)
 

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We've always got this SFI approved flex plate available for immediate delivery!! Great idea to swap out at the same time you install your converter!!
 

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B&M Flex Plates are in stock and ready to ship. Remember, they're 29.1 SFI approved and if you're doing a torque converter, there's no extra labor to swap this out. Here's mine with my Pro-Torque 2800 stall converter:
 
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