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COMP Cams 1966-84 Xtreme Energy 274 Torque Converter NON LOCK-UP 1.85

249-3101100

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/29/18

$425.99
COMP Cams 1966-84 Xtreme Energy 274 Torque Converter NON LOCK-UP 1.85 $425.99
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1966-84 Xtreme Energy 274 Torque Converter
  • NON LOCK-UP 1.85
  • COMP Cams 3101100 Details

    Built for serious performance, this is a great converter for moderately modified street machines and weekend race cars that are also used as daily drivers. It provides approximately 2400 to 2600 rpm flash stall without negatively affecting part throttle driving, so is efficient at highway cruising speeds. Yet it also launches hard at wide open throttle. On average, it will multiply torque by 2 to 1.

    Specifications:

    Hardware Included
    No
    Anti-Ballooning Plate
    No
    Balanced
    Yes
    Crank Pilot Diameter (in.)
    1.85
    Furnace-Brazed
    Yes
    Lockup
    No
    Quantity
    Sold individually

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