2400 Stall AODE Torque Convertor Street/Strip Performance Automatic

Performance Automatic:
PA45251
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Highlights

  • Fits Aode Transmissions
  • 2400 RPM Stall Speed
  • Fully Streetable
  • Direct Fit Upgrade
MSRP $837.38
$628.19
You save 25%

2400 Stall AODE Torque Convertor Street/Strip Performance Automatic

2400 Stall AODE Torque Convertor Street/Strip Performance Automatic

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Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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I need a torque converter to put behind a 1995 Ford factory rebuilt Cobra SVT engine. It goes into a C4 transmission in my 1966 Mustang coupe. Is this the right converter for that job?

Asked by: Emroy
No, that converter is for an AODE. Need to know if you have a 164 tooth or 157 tooth flexplate on the engine to give a part number. Contact us at 240-439-4650 8-5 EST M-F. Bill/PA.
Answered by: Performance Automatic
Date published: 2018-06-27

Hi, If I put one of these converters (PA45251) in my 1995 Mustang GT will that disable the lock-up function?

Asked by: rs2600
No, the lock up will still work. Lock up on the electronic transmissions are only disabled through the trans computer.
Answered by: Performance Automatic
Date published: 2017-04-19

What is the hole Idea of a torque convertor anyway? should a person install one with a 2400 - 3500 stall range ( what do's it even mean as well ) on it in a stock transmission or should I also get an up-graded trans as well.

Asked by: urbangypsy56
In simplest terms, the torque converter allows an automatic transmission to disconnect from the engine when you bring your car to a stop, in a similar way that you put your foot on the clutch when you're stopping a manual transmission car. The torque converter also helps to boost torque when you're pulling away from a stop and at low speeds. A higher stall speed hurts efficiency of the torque converter, but allows you to get into the power band quicker, which is why this one, with 2400 RPM stall, is perfect for racing and performance purposes.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2018-06-21
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