B&M Torque Converter Holeshot 2400Rpm C4 1966-1969

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Highlights

  • Brazed Impeller & Turbine
  • Steel Alloy Pump Drive Tube
  • New Heavy Duty Needle Bearings
  • New Turbine Hub
MSRP $403.95
$375.95
You save 7%

B&M Holeshot 2400RPM Torque Converter for 1966-1969 Mustangs with a C4 Transmission.

A higher than stock stall speed as delivered by the Holeshot converter will provide several advantages and benefits in vehicles with modified engines. Many modifications, particularly big cams, tend to reduce low end power and torque. The high stall converter allows the engine to launch the car at higher rpm where more torque is available.

The Holeshot is generally a very good choice for the typical street machine that is looking for better launch capability and more strength. Street rods with modified engines will also benefit from a Holeshot converter. Features a 10.5" bolt circle and a 24-spline input shaft.

Stall speed listings are based on engines producing 230lb. ft. of torque at 2,500RPM. More torque at 2,500RPM will give you more stall speed, less torque at 2,500RPM will give you less stall speed than the stall speed ratings indicated.

Includes:
-Furnace brazed impeller & turbine
-New precision steel alloy pump drive tube
-New heavy duty needle bearing between stator & impeller (not a thrust washer)
-Needle bearing between stator & turbine
-New turbine hub
-New springs and rollers in stator

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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I have a 1966 Coupe stock In-line 6 with stock C4 Automatic Transmission, will this torque converter work and perform better than stock?

Asked by: Caveman6473
This would not be a good choice for a 6 cylinder. Stall speed listings are based on engines producing 230lb. ft. of torque at 2,500RPM. More torque at 2,500RPM will give you more stall speed, less torque at 2,500RPM will give you less stall speed than the stall speed ratings indicated.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-01-10

Well this  torque converter fit on my stock in line 6 200 CI engine with a Performance Automatic Transmission C4 Competition? 

Asked by: Patrick01
No it will not. The Performance Automatic C4 Transmission has a 26-splined input shaft based off the 1970-1981 C4 Transmissions.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2018-10-04

Will this torque convertor work on 66 mustang C-4 with 289 engine

Asked by: trainlane
It will work but make sure the stall speed is what you are looking for because it is higher than stock.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-07-21

Will this work with a 24 spline input shaft and fit the 157 tooth fly wheel small bell housing?

Asked by: JoJo271
Features a 10.5" bolt circle and a 24-spline input shaft.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-10-27

Have a 68 C4 with a 164 tooth bellhousing. Will this match up to that and will your part #ATF5 164 tooth flex plate match up with this torque converter?

Asked by: Woodstang
Yes, this will work with your 1968.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2017-03-17

hi, I can use this converter on my1965 mustang thank

Asked by: mustangadry
This will only work on the 66-69 c-4.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-10

66 mustang, C4 trans . with 10-1/2 bp. 289 engine being bored out 30 over , new cam etc. I want a higher stall speed than stock so is 2400 rpm too high for this engine ? Do I need to wait until it gets put on the dyno to see how much torque?

Asked by: chuck384
Choosing a convertor all depends on what you are going to do with the car, street driving, drag racing etc.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-29

I have a stock 200, but the local shop feels the shaking at stop lights is due to the torque converter not working right. Is this possible and would this be the best choice fr a stock motor and trans?

Asked by: Shan66
Without seeing it, we can say it's possible, but that's about it. Not knowing anything about it (engine, trans, etc), too, we can only say that this torque converter might be a good replacement.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-11-25
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