The ATS 3059002326 Billet Flex Plate for your 2007.5-2018 Dodge 6.7L Cummins 68RFE is an excellent alternative to stock and other manufacturers flexplates, solving the breakage issues so commonly found. They meet the SFI 29.1 Standard. A testament to their strength, durability and reliability. Features:Fits stock and aftermarket convertersSolves common breakage issuesMeets SFI standardsStrong, durable and reliableMachined out of a solid piece of billet steelNote: The ATS Flex Plate will not mate to a DTT Converter. Only for use on 68RFE models. Will not fit on the Aisin Transmissions. BD-Power 1041221 Flex Plate2792712.00
The BD-Power 1041221 Flex Plate is specially designed to handle the torque and horsepower that your 2007.5-2018 Dodge 6.7L Cummins can produce. Often times, modified engines can crack or even shatter the stock flex plate. BDs FleX-Plate is designed specifically for modified applications, and can reliably handle up to 1,500 lb.-ft. of torque.
Twice as thick as the stock unit and made from forged steel, the BD FleX-Plate is precision-balanced and SFI-certified for use in race sanctioning bodies. Plus, a black oxide coating resists corrosion, and prevents hydrogen embrittlement that can cause cracking. The BD FleX-Plate is a direct, bolt-in replacement for the stock converter and is also compatible with most aftermarket torque converters. Great for stock, towing or racing applications!
BD Flexplate has passed the SFI 29.3 version testing. It is a much more stringent test for safety than the old 29.1. The 29.3 test is specific to the high horsepower Diesel engines only. This again points to the BD Flexplate as being the best in the industry.
29.3 SFI Approval
Works With Most Aftermarket Converters
Great For Stock, Towing and Race Applications
DPC 68DBFP Billet Flex Plate3496712.00
The Diesel Performance Converters DPC 68DBFP Billet Flex Plate is a direct replacement for the weak flex plate in your 2007.5-2019 Dodge 6.7L Cummins. Featuring a 29.4 SFI rating, this billet steel flex plate is perfect for use on high performance builds and competition built vehicles. Features: 29.4 SFI ApprovedFor 68RFE TransmissionsEnhanced Durability and Strength Increased Thickness Over Stock DPC 68SFP Heavy-Duty Flex Plate3496610.00
The factory flex plate in your 2007.5-2019 Dodge 6.7L Cummins is a weak link! Eliminate it with the Diesel Performance Converters DPC 68SFP Heavy-Duty Flex Plate. The DPC Heavy-Duty Flex Plate features a stamped steel construction and is double the thickness of the factory flex plate in your truck. This Flex Plate has a 29.1 SFI approval and is geared towards a budged minded build, or any Cummins owner that doesn't plan to push the limits of their truck. This stamped flex plate is a very affordable alternative to the billet flex plates out there for those that aren't racing. Features: SFI 29.1 Approved Fits 68RFE TransmissionsStamped Steel ConstructionDoubled Thickness Over Factory UnitHays 11-025 Zinc Plated Heavy Duty Flex Plate3465210.50
The Hays 11-025 Zinc Plated Heavy Duty Flex Plate has a double welded outer ring gear for increased durability, and a 4mm thick center plate for added strength in your 2007.5-2017 Dodge 6.7L Cummins. Your factory flex plate can crack, or even shatter in some high performance applications. The Hays Heavy Duty Flex Plate is forged from cold-rolled steel and has a heavy duty design so it can withstand the elevated torque of your Cummins engine. Each flex plate comes ready to install with a zinc-dichromate plated coating and is certified to SFI 29.1 specifications. Features: 29.1 SFI Certified (Zinc Plated)Forged From Cold-Rolled Steel Double Welded Outer Ring Gear4mm Thick Centerplate For Added StrengthHeavy-Duty Design For High-Torque ApplicationsSpecifications:Material: Steel # Of Teeth: 15229.1 SFI CertificationsEngine Balance: InternalCenter Bore (Register Diameter): 2.120"Hays 11-025B Black Oxide Heavy Duty Billet Flex Plate3465312.80
Built from a one-piece billet steel design, the Hays 11-025B Black Oxide Heavy Duty Billet Flex Plate is a drop-in replacement for the weak flex plate on your 2007.5-2017 Dodge 6.7L Cummins. From the factory, the original flex plate is prone to failure. It can crack or shatter on a stock truck, add some power to your Cummins and you can quickly push the limits. The Hays Flex Plate is built with a thicker than stock centerplate and features a one-piece billet construction for the ultimate in durability. Features:29.3 SFI Certified (Black Oxide)5140 Billet Steel Construction One-Piece Billet Steel DesignSpecialized Ring Gear Heat Treatment Heavy-Duty Design For High-Torque ApplicationsSpecifications:Material: Steel# Of Teeth: 15229.3 SFI CertificationsEngine Balance: Internal Center Bore (Register Diameter): 2.120"Sun Coast 68RFE-BFP Billet Flex Plate660114.00
The Sun Coast 68RFE-BFP Billet Flex Plate for your 2007.5-2016 Dodge 6.7L Cummins is a must have when it comes to putting power to the ground in your truck. The high torque of your Cummins in conjunction with a better designed torque converter can transfer the torque with no slip. The flex plate is bolted to the crank shaft, then the converter is bolted to flex plate. The torque from your Cummins is transferred to the flex plate, from the flex plate to the torque converter then to your input shaft in the trans. With increased torque from the engine and no slip out of the converter it can crack and/or rip the center out of a stock flex plate.
The Sun Coast billet flywheels are CNC machined from a forging for strength and reliefs are machined out between the converter mounting area and the crank flange to enable some flex. We designed our flexible billet flywheel with the understanding that it needs to flex but at the same time we added extra thickness to prevent cracking. We started with a better quality material and a better manufacturing process to make it stronger. Our flexible flywheel made or exceeded all the SFI specification 29.3 requirements for materials, mechanical properties, design and rotational integrity.
Replaces Factory Flex Plate
Exceed 29.3 SFI Specifications
Note: An SFI certified flywheel flex plate is required on drag racing vehicles running 11.99 and quicker in the 1/4 mile and 7.49 and quicker in the 1/8 mile, or any vehicle exceeding 135mph. It was changed in 2008 from the 29.1 SFI specification to the SFI specification 29.3 for automatic transmission flex plates for diesel applications. The new rules for the flexplate requires that the material can not be a stamped metal as many OEM and aftermarket flex plates are. To maintain the SFI specification 29.3 requirements, the flex plate must be replaced every three years.