So which kind is the most appropriate for you?
In our previous three blogs, there is lots of information regarding flexplate for racing vehicle. However you need to consider the following four points when selecting flexplate for your vehicle: how much compression the engine has, how much horsepower need to deliver, what the maximum engine RPM is, and are you allowed to run a safety-certified flexplate by the sanctioning body. The most basic standard to determine is the horsepower, but this element is not enough to eventually determine which flexplate to select.
For instance, if your engine has 400 horsepower, stamped steel flexplate should be your first choice. However if you would like to increase powerplant up to 11000 RPM, you need to consider flexplate designed to withstand high engine speed’s rigor.
Despite flexplate technology has improved considerably in recent years, selecting flexplate that fits your combination is still straightforward. When you plan to replace or upgrade your current flexplate, we highly recommend you to think about flexplate provided by our ZNDmotor if you would like to increase horsepower. Besides some performance gain if you choose the right flexplate, the more important thing is increased durability and reliability from aftermarket flexplate.
Increased safety of driver and spectator is also a main benefit from ZNDmotor’s racing flexplate. We are making great efforts to decrease the possibility of flexplate failure and provide racer with peace of mind when they press the start button. They can get a racing vehicle roaring to life, instead of dreaded screech of starter pinion which grind against a bare spot on the ring gear where teeth used to be.
Thanks for reading !!! Hopefully our four blogs regarding flexplate for racing vehicle can be useful and helpful for you !!!