JEGS 60402K Kit Includes:
- (1) JEGS Torque Converter for GM TH350/TH400 555-60402
- (1) JEGS Flexplate 555-601071
- (1) JEGS High-Performance Series Flexplate Bolts 555-601210
- 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
Quality Converters at Economical Prices
JEGS torque converters are economically priced and quality built units with the street enthusiast in mind. These converters are manufactured using high-quality materials that include industrial Torrington-type encased needle bearings, customized turbine hubs and impeller fins to maintain strength and durability and high-flow vents and channels for better cooling. JEGS converters are not designed for nitrous, turbo, blower, or big block applications.
Why does the kit specify small or big block application but if you follow the link for the torque converter included - it says “recommended for small block only” in the description? I’ll be using this on a gen 4 427 BBC with a TH400 & 4.11 gears.
Is this the best converter (kit) for a 1967 Camaro RS 3:08 Non-posi rear with a BluePrint 3550CT/CTC Engine. Recommended from engine manufacturer is 1800-2200 stall. Would I be better off with something lower than the 2000-2300?
Will this allow me to mate a 5.3 to a 400 turbo without any adapter
I have a 64 283 and my flex plate is different from stall converter. Do you have that combo
Will this fit a 05 Chevy 2500hd 6.0 vortec with the 4l80e transmission?
Will this fit on a 95 GMC k1500 5.7L
I know it says street application but I got a 80 k20 lifted 9” with 38” a 400 small block and a th350 trans. Engines around 330 hp. Would this work ok for my setup and for off-road use. Mostly rock crawl but sometimes mud race
will this work for highway use , and what is a anti ballooning plate and when are they necessary ?
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