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Quick Time, the undisputed leader in bellhousing technology, was founded by former race car driver Ross McCombs, who racked up more than 50 dirt circle track feature wins. Unable to find a suitable spun bellhousing – not a weaker hydroformed bell like all the others – for his own race car, he eventually started making his own. Soon other racers, seeing him win race after race, wanted one for their cars, and a company was born. Today, Quick Time, part of Holley Performance, is the leading bellhousing manufacturer in the world, with models for more than 4,000 applications, each about half the weight of and considerably stronger than ordinary bellhousings.


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How To Align Your Bellhousing For Maximun Trasmission And Clutch Life - 03/25/2021

On any quiet evening you might hear it. That distinctive pull in Third gear as the engine accelerates and the listener waits for that lift of the throttle and a quick, clean manual trans gear change into Fourth. But instead, you hear that instant rpm gain that telegraphs to all within earshot that the driver missed the shift and the engine revs to the moon or bangs up against the rev limiter.

Universal blame is usually reserved for the driver’s lack of hand-foot coordination. But often we can trace these missed shifts to a more mechanical source. Blame then usually shifts to the bellhousing but good blueprinting technique will point out that it’s ultimately more an issue of misalignment that can come from a combination of problems, something the engineers call tolerance stack-up. - Read More


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