JEGS Torque Converter for GM TH350/TH400 [2000-2300 RPM Stall Speed]
Items You Need
- Converter diameter may vary based on Core Availability
- Does not fit transmissions that require lockup or clutch converters
- Small (10.75 in. Diameter bolt circle) flexplate or dual pattern flexplate required
- For Big Block applications, use JEGS XHD Converters
|Performance Torque Converter General Application Chart *|
|Rear Gear Ratio||Engine RPM Range & Compression Ratio||Converter RPM Stall Speeds **|
|Stock to 260°||Stock to 3.23||1000-4600|
8 to 9.5
|1500 to 1700|
|Stock to 265°||Stock to 3.23||1400-5000|
8 to 9.5
|1600 to 1800|
|265° to 280°||3.00 to 3.73||1600-6000|
9.5 to 10.5
|2200 to 2400|
|280° to 300°||3.55 to 4.56||2000-6500|
9.5 to 11
|3000 to 3400|
|280° to 310°||3.73 to 4.88||2800-7000|
10 to 11.5
|3500 to 3800|
10.5 to 12
* This chart is a guideline. The stall speed may vary in your application.
** Recommended for use with Small Block engines only
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is this a 30 spline converter?
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