QUICK TIME EXPANDS BELLHOUSING AND FLEXPLATE LINES WITH 10 NEW DESIGNS
Holley/MSD recently announced the expansion of Quick Time's unparalleled line of bellhousings and flexplates with 10 new designs, including six bellhousings, three flexplates, and an index plate. The bellhousings are engineered specifically for the following engine/transmission applications: Aston Martin to LS T56/T56 Magnum, Chevy LTG/LCV 2.0L Turbo to 4L60E, Chevy LS/LT1/LT4 to Ford T56, LS to T56 (zero clocking), LS to T56 (no starter pocket), and LS to T56 (no starter pocket and zero clocking).
Built to withstand even the most extreme stresses generated by high-horsepower street and race engines, Quick Time bellhousings feature patented spun-cone construction that creates twice the strength of ordinary rolled or stamped steel bellhousings. They keep the engine and transmission in perfect alignment at all rpm, eliminating accelerated drivetrain wear caused by bellhousing flex. All openings are precision-cut using a five-axis laser, and all dowel and mounting holes are drilled on a CNC machining center and are accurate to within half a thousandth of an inch, eliminating any chance of misalignment. Sixteen different patents are registered for Quick Time's revolutionary manufacturing processes, which are designed to prevent catastrophic failure of even a 29-pound flywheel spinning at more than 10,000 rpm.
Quick Time flexplates are SFI-certified direct OEM replacements that significantly improve your engine's acceleration and deceleration because of their lightweight design. Designed to stand up to the punishing forces of high-stall torque converters and high-RPM engines, they're zinc-plated to protect against corrosion, neutral-balanced, and made entirely in the USA.
Quick Time's innovative Bellhousing Selector tool puts hard-to-find and even one-of-a-kind applications right at your fingertips. Just enter your engine manufacturer, engine type, and transmission, and the exact bellhousing for your specific application appears.
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