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TCI 10" Drag Racing Torque Converter 1968-81 Chrysler Torqueflite 904-998

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TCI 143300
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$640.66
10" Drag Racing Torque Converter
  • 1968-81 Chrysler Torqueflite 904-998
  • Non Lock-up
  • 24-Spline Input (Except Lock-up)
  • Free Shipping - Ships directly from the manufacturer on 04/14/20
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    What stall speed for the TCI 143300 10'' Drag Race Torque Converter with a Small Block Mopar est.300 Hp

    Asked by: Darter
    Each application is different depending on the weight of the vehicle, but a 10" converter will typically stall around 3000-3500 RPM.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-04-17
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