The 11" Street "S-800" Series torque converter is mild compared to the 10" Street "S-800" Series Converter. They both provide an increase in stall speed for quicker "hole shot" response. Performance for "mild to wild" street camshafts. Prevent bogging out of the hole problem with wild street cam (not more than 290 advertised duration). Engine torque is a factor in determining stall speed of any converter. The listed stall speeds on our chart can only be approximate. These converters are not designed to be used if the vehicle is activating nitrous and/or transmission brake. The Street "S-800" torque converters are designed for street application and limited drag strip competition. Not designed for mud bogging vehicles. Other models available for these applications.
The Street "S-800" Series Converters feature furnace brazed pump side, pump side needle bearings and all models incorporate a chrome moly neck. Turbine is not furnace brazed but needle bearing equipped. Turbine fins are tigged and turbine hub is chrome moly.
Features: 360ci with mild hydraulic cam: approx. 3000RPM to 3200RPM Stall.
440ci with 509 Purple Shaft Hydraulic approx. 3200RPM to 3500RPM Stall.
360ci with mild hydraulic cam: approx. 3000RPM to 3200RPM Stall.
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