Are all torque converters created equal?

 

 


In the world of aftermarket torque converters everyone and every torque converter company have their opinions of whose product is worth the money and whose isn't. The following pictures and information will try to help you decide which torque converter is best for you. The following pictures are of actual torque converter parts sold to customers by our competitors. These pictures are of torque converters produced by the so called big name torque converter companies and are not fake. No competitors names will be revealed.

Which torque converter would you prefer?

Competitor

Precision Industries

Uses 4 cylinder front cover with welded ring causing
warping, balance problems & fatigue cracking.
One piece billet cover assures truer balance, perpendicularity and concentricity.


Which clutch surface would you prefer?

Competitor

Precision Industries

Small clutch contact area & a warped clutch
surface due to welding of mounting ring.
Much larger and truer clutch
contact surface area.


Which clutch would you prefer?

Competitor

Precision Industries

Stock 4 cyl. clutch with small clutch contact
area, weak damper with stock lining.
Much larger clutch contact area, V8 damper
and special clutch lining.


Which turbine blades would you prefer?

Competitor

Precision Industries

Globed on brazing disrupts vortex fluid
flow causing turbulence & poor efficiency.
Special braces added that
do not effect vortexflow.

Which turbine would you prefer?

Competitor

Precision Industries

Stock 4 cyl. turbine hub machined to fit V8 input
shaft making walls very thin & subject to failure.
Specially designed and heat treated 4142
alloy turbine for strength and durability.