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We all know it's not as efficient as the 9.5" deal, nor is the stator as strong - aluminum vs billet steel. Seems like a good deal for the budget-minded crowd.

What are some of you guys putting through these converters? What are you stalling them to?

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We all know it's not as efficient as the 9.5" deal, nor is the stator as strong - aluminum vs billet steel. Seems like a good deal for the budget-minded crowd.

What are some of you guys putting through these converters? What are you stalling them to?

Thanks.
I went 9.20s at 4500lbs with their 10.5 nitrous converter . turbo app .

But stripped the splines out of it street driving .

Probably not a common problem though . :p
 

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I went 9.20s at 4500lbs with their 10.5 nitrous converter . turbo app .

But stripped the splines out of it street driving .

Probably not a common problem though .
Thanks for the reply. I’m sure they make quality stuff. Just isn’t the same converter I’m asking about.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I’m sure they make quality stuff. Just isn’t the same converter I’m asking about.


when you mentioned the 9.5" , i assume you were talking about PTC ( Performance Torque Converters )
Yes, PTC. You mentioned experience with a 10.5” nitrous converter, and I’d mentioned the 10” street/strip converter.
 
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