Legendary B&M transmission for street use. B&M's Street Strip transmission is a complete ready to run unit (less converter) for high performance street and mild strip use. The B&M Ford C-6 Street/ Strip transmission comes with new internal components with high performance in mind. The odds of this transmission being mounted in a truck or behind a large cubic inch engine, is quite high. That is why we have replaced the factory friction plates with our high performance friction plates, a new adjustable modulator which relays engine load to the transmission so it can shift properly. With an adjustable modulator, you can raise or lower the line pressure, and even adjust shift points. This transmission is equipped with all kinds of new parts so it's one less thing you have to worry about when modifying the drivetrain in your vehicle. This transmission provides firm shifts and features a standard shift pattern and fits 1970-1989 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury models with a 289, 302, 351C, or 351W engine and has a 13.12 in. tailshaft. The Street/Strip transmission features a 2.46 first gear ratio, 1.46 second gear ratio, rebuilt front pump and governor, comes with a B&M shift lever, all new B&M high performance friction plates, new intermediate flex band, new low roller clutch with lube hole in inner race, new Bellville spring, new filter and a fully re-calibrated auto/manual valve body. Notes: We strongly recommend protecting your investment by adding a B&M Hi-Tek cooler with all new transmission installations. Max 600 HP / 550 Ft/Lbs.
New Low Roller Clutch with Lube Hole in Inner Race
New High Performance Adjustable Modulator
All New High Performance Friction Plates
2.46 First Gear Ratio, 1.46 Second Gear
Max 600 HP / 550 lb ft of Torque
Fully Re-calibrated Valve Body
New Intermediate Flex Band
New Bellville Spring
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California Proposition 65 Chemical Name
Chromium (hexavalent compounds)
California Proposition 65 Required
This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.