Fuel-efficient Maximizer Towing Torque Converters will reduce the slippage issues that are common in non lock-up torque converters. This series of towing torque converters is designed to allow your transmission to run up to 20° F cooler and will lower engine RPM at highway speeds, resulting in fuel mileage increases. The Maximizer Towing Torque Converter has stall ranges from 1000 to 1200 rpm, and is an excellent choice for all heavy load applications, including motor homes and tow vehicles.
Designed with some of the same performance characteristics as TCI's standard Saturday Night Special series street torque converters, but Maximizer Street torque converters contain extra reinforcement, tougher turbine splines and thicker mounting surfaces. These extras allow the Maximizer street torque converter to withstand the additional load and drivetrain vibrations that are produced in a modified off-road 4x4 truck. By providing additional stall, trucks with big tires will have better initial takeoff with reduced engine lug. These torque converters will increase rear wheel horsepower and are specifically made to match the power range of most trucks that do double duty as an off-road and daily driver. Stall speeds range from 1600 to 2000 rpm.
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