Transmission Product Videos
Meet the engineering team behind it all and find out more about the revolutionary clutch that combines the benefits of a segmented plate with the performance and durability of a complete wafer.
Find new GPZ friction clutch pack modules for Ford 10R80, GM 10L80, and GM 10L90 at a distributor near you: http://raybestospowertrain.com/where-to-buy
Raybestos Powertrain describes the performance enhancing fluid flow dynamics of the HT (Hybrid Technology) friction clutch plate groove design.
A collection of just some of the great things our AWESOME customers have said about the Raybestos GPX plates for Honda.
GPX promotional animation. The GPX Friction Plate shifting performance matches Honda perfectly with even greater durability. Engineered to fit right and outperform any other Honda friction plate.
Check out our own Pete Santiago on VelocityTV with our friend Krista from McLeodClutches.
A collection of some of the great feedback we have had from our great customers.
Torqkit promotional animation. Raybestos Powertrain Torqkits include GPZ friction plates, steel reaction plates and installation instructions.
Raybestos Powertrain Sales & Product Development Support Engineer, Irvin Gers explains how Torqkits are designed to increase the capacity of a clutch pack, and how ZPaks not only increase capacity but also are designed to create cooler temperatures during apply and reduce hot spotting of the steel clutch plates within automatic transmissions.
Find the best friction fit for your rebuild with this overview of our made-in-the-U.S.A. friction clutch plates.
The RZP-008 68RFE Transmission Overdrive Z Pak® is a solution to 68RFE overdrive clutch failure and features 1 Steel Reaction Plate, 7 OD Spline GPZ friction plates, 7 ID Spline GPZ friction plates, 1 OD/UD Machined Steel Pressure Plate, and 1 OD/Rev Machined Steel Pressure Plate.See product details here: https://www.raybestospowertrain.com/friction-clutch-packs/rzp-008
Raybestos Powertrain Sales & Product Development Support Engineer, Irvin Gers explains how we use different GPZ materials for dynamically applied clutches and statically applied clutches.