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Expect approximately 2.7:1 initial reduction of your gear ratio upon take-off, then the torque converter will progressively move through to a final drive of approximately 0.90:1 (overdriven) at full speed. This allows use of taller gearing on the rear without acceleration issues.

Remanufactured torque converters are a vital component of automatic transmissions. They allow the transmission to shift gears. There are four components inside every torque converter: a pump, a turbine, a stator and transmission fluid.

Torque converters must be remanufactured according to a very precise process. The repair procedure for remanufactured torque converters consists of disassembling the complete part, replacing the bearings, inspecting vital parts and replacing them if necessary.

Our specialised test benches for automatic transmissions show multiple parameters at the same time: operating pressure, torque converter pressure, pump pressure and transmission pressure. When changing gears, the pressure build-up or pressure drop can easily be seen.

Besides reman torque converters, TVH has a wide range of related remanufactured parts in stock such as housings, drums, gearboxes ... All parts are tested very precisely before being put in stock.

Volkswagen Australia has confirmed the mainstream Golf range will feature the same 1.4-litre petrol engine as the current Mk7.5 model, but will swap its dual-clutch transmission for a torque converter. The powertrain debuted in the .css-vurnkubox-sizing:border-box;margin:0;min-width:0;Skoda Karoq 110TSI SUV in Australia.

Although Volkswagen brands have been offering torque converters in cars for the American market, dual-clutch transmissions have dominated the local passenger car range since the MkV Golf arrived in 2005.

The objective of PTC is to design and build a quality torque converter that will fully meet the needs of the Street/Strip and Race converter enthusiast. PTC is backed by over 90 years of combined experience.

Answer: Advertised stall speed will need to be at least 500 RPM higher than the beginning of the powerband of your camshaft. All aftermarket camshafts are supplied with a cam card that states RPM range. If your camshaft states an RPM range of 1500-6500, for example, you would want to select a torque with a minimum of 2,000 RPM stall. For a street car it is wise to also select a torque converter stall speed that is below the engine RPM at 65 MPH to prevent excessive heat build up. The exception would be a transmission/converter equipped with lock-up.

Answer: Of the two measurements of torque converter stall, 'Flash Stall' is the most accurate. Foot-Brake stall is dependant upon too many variables. (i.e. type of braking system, disc or drum brakes, how well adjusted the brake system is, ring and pinion ratios effect foot-brake stall more dramatically, idle characteristics of engine, cam installation for low end torque as needed by automatic transmission.)

Answer: This term refers to a converter that contains an internal lock-up piston or device, either friction or mechanical. Transmissions such as TH350C, 2004R, 4L60 (700R4), 4L60E, 4L80E, AOD, AODE/4R70W and others, use these methods of eliminating slippage for an increase in fuel economy. Older transmissions such as the TH400, TH350, C6, C4 and others did not incorporate these methods of lock-up. The only way to increase fuel efficiency in these types of converters is to change clearances, redirect fin angles and usually lower the actual stall speed.

Answer: Yes. You should inspect the old torque converter you are removing for damage to the converter hub that rides in the pump of the transmission. If you find any wear on the hub at all, you should replace both seal and bushing. If you find no wear at all, you may be fine with just a seal replacement. You should at least do one (seal) if not both. (seal & bushing)

A torque converter is a fluid-coupling device that also acts as a torque multiplier during initial acceleration. Because

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