GM TH350/400 or Powerglide
- Dual 6.250 in. anti-ballooning plates for use with nitrous, blower, and transbrake applications
- Rated at 800 horsepower
- Dual bolt pattern style for SBP(10.750 in.) or LBP(11.500 in.) flexplates
- Uses 7/16 in. bolts
|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.
** Using the same torque converter, big block applications will usually experience
stall speeds approximately 200 RPM higher than what is shown.
Does this converter have a mechanical diode or a sprag?
Does this fit 555-60335 Powerglide transmission? Thanks.
555-60432 does this converter has a bushing on the turbine? As my aftermarket input shaft has no oil passage the front bushing in the pump stator cannot be installed.
Will it need spacers between the flexplate and mounting bolts?
what is the warranty on this converter?
Input Spline Quantity?
Is this converter made for ls or older sbc?
I have a Street/ Strip 3150lb 1969 Camaro with a 700ish BBC. 400th trans and am planning in the future to shoot a minimum of 200 HP shot of N2O. Will this converter hold up under this abuse?
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