Yes and absolutely!!!I just bought a new converter, built specifically for my setup, I gave the builder all my info, engine, trans, gear gear, weight, tire, power, cam specs, compression, I mean everything. I used the converter for the first time this weekend in Joliet, and broke it on the 5th pass.
I went back to the builder and we cut it apart, the stator was broken in about 15 pieces and the sprag was cracked but still together. Basically nothing is useable
He says i need a steel stator, and that i must be making more power than i told him. I told him it makes 800hp on nitrous
390 cu in 23* sbc
1 plate system (progressive)
th 350 trans
It pulled 1.36 60fts and runs 140mph in the 1/4
Do i need a steel stator? how fast r u guys going on aluminum stators? Am i entitled to a new converter for no charge?