Hays 40-510 Steel SFI Certified Flexplate - Mopar Gen III Hemi Car

2003-2019 Mopar 5.7L, 6.1L, 6.2L, and 6.4L Gen III Hemi Car Applications, 131-tooth, 8-bolt crankshaft, Internal Balanced

PART# 40-510

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Overview

Hays SFI Approved heavy duty flexplates for are constructed of a thicker than stock steel plate, enabling them to withstand the stress of high-stall torque converters and high-RPM engines. While factory stock plates tend to crack around the crankshaft hub when punished under high torque and RPM conditions, the 4mm thick center plate utilized on a Hays flexplate handles the brute force. These flexplates are supplied with a precision double welded ring gear and feature multiple engine and transmission bolt patterns. All Hays flexplates are zinc-dichromate plated to resist corrosion and are SFI certified under specification 29.1.

Features:

  • SFI-approved â€" legal for use in racing classes that require SFI certification
  • Flexplate features a precision double welded ring gear
  • Has 4mm thick center plate to resist cracking near crankshaft flange
  • Zinc-dichromate plated to resist corrosion
  • CAD designed to provide optimum performance and reliability
  • Internal balanced
  • Not for use with Ram Truck or Jeep Grand Cherokee models.

Product Attributes

BrandHays
Emission Code5
Product TypeFlexplates
UPC90127062401
Part Number40-510

Emissions

5

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.

Tech Resources

Not for use with Ram Truck or Jeep Grand Cherokee models.
Will Not Fit 545 or 65RFE Transmissions

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