shotgun performance - transmission and racing components

Powerglide Bracket Master Trans-braked Cut Bell BA/RB/2JZ/SR etc 850HP

$4,950.00 inc. GST

The Bracket Master cut Bell-housing Powerglide is popular for the budget minded drag racer, great for Super Gas and Bracket racing or ideally for your tuff street machine or custom rod user that wants the best quality parts used in their transmissions at an affordable price, we have matched these with our Street Strip Transbrakes that suit our Australian customers that drive their car frequently and don’t want the hassle of applying the trans-brake every time they reverse your car. Also great for your burnout or Powercruise car that want to go and muck up on the weekends..

This transmission has a race prepped Original Equipment Manufacturer Alloy case , 4340 Hardened Input Shaft, TS Aftermarket 8 Bolt pump with Bolt in and pinned stator tube (the heart of the transmission, stronger and better flowing than a stock pump and not 50 years old), Steel Direct drum with 6 steel and 6 clutches, a billet steel clutch hub, Supa-Flow Trans-braked Forward Pattern Manual Valve Body for the best shifting available, 1.76 OEM helical gearset (a favorite for street machiners, custom rods & Bracket entry race cars) and is rated up to  850 horsepower.

  • OEM Prepped Alloy Case with cut Bellhousing for RB / 2JZ / BARRA / SR20 / FJ20 Etc..
  • TS Aftermarket 8 bolt Pinned & Bolted Stator High Flow pump
  • 4340 Input Shaft
  • Billet Steel Clutch Hub
  • Street/Strip Transbrake Full Manual Forward (OEM) Pattern Valve body
  • 6 Clutch Direct Drum
  • 1.76 Gearset
  • High Performance Gaskets and Seals
  • Custom Deep Alloy Pan for Stability and increased cooling
  • Rated to 850 HP

Converter will need to be Turbo Spline*30 Spline* and Bushed Converter

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