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Butler Performance 8-Bolt to 11-Bolt Timing Cover Conversion Kit w/High Flow Water Pump BPI-TC-11B-KIT-P

BPI-TC-11B-KIT-P

1964-1967 326, 1964-1966 389, & 1967-1968 350 and 400 11-bolt Timing Cover Conversion Kit (See note if Tri-Power)

Pricing: $489.95

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Description

Pontiac 11 Bolt Timing Cover Conversion Kit

Includes a Pontiac 350-455 1969-79 11-Bolt Timing Cover, FlowKooler High Volume Aluminum Water Pump, Billet Aluminum 2 Groove Pulley Black Anodized or Aluminum Finish, Water Pump Plate and Sleeves, Alignment Sleeves, Stainless bolt kit, and all the gaskets needed to complete the conversion.

This kit converts your 1964-1967 326, 1964-1966 389, & 1967-1968 350 and 400 8-bolt timing cover/water pump to the better cooling, more efficient, 11-bolt style. Comes with upper pulley needed for the high flow water pump to work with all your existing pulleys and brackets.

Recommended with 1968 and later 4 bolt balancer with 4 bolt pulley (RAR-PUC-2B). Will work with 67 and earlier 2pc balancer but you may need to remark timing marks.

Will not work on 1963 or older that came with 4 bolt timing covers

Water Pump Fan Hub Working Height 4 1/2" Shaft Diameter 5/8"

Pulley is for 4.50" water pump, 6 1/2" Diameter (A/C Applications/ Smaller Dia for Extra Cooling)

Reproduction timing covers will Not Work with Tri-Power. See option for Dimpled Reconditioned Cover

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  • 20.0 lbs.

Customer Reviews

Comment Total Reviews (1)

Upgraded my 67 Firebird 400
  • Currently 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Richard05/06/2020 08:35PM

Product ownership: Less than 1 month

Purchased from: Butler Performance Inc.

Comments:
Very nice kit for my 67 Firebird. My original timing chain cover was in bad shape, so instead of just replacing the cover with same, I decided to upgrade to this performance pump and cover. Easy install. My only suggestion would be to supply the cover studs with the kit. They are a pain to get out of the old cover.

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