B&M 50402 Torque Converter, Holeshot 2400, Ford AODE/4R70W
4R70W, 2300-2500 Stall Speed (RPM)
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. If your vehicle is equipped with a plate type nitrous system, you will need a Nitrous Holeshot!! Stall speed listings are based on engines producing 230lb. ft. of torque at 2,500 rpm. More torque at 2,500 rpm will give you more stall speed, less torque at 2,500 rpm will give you less stall speed than the stall speed ratings indicated. Furnace brazed impeller. New precision steel alloy pump drive tube. New heavy duty needle bearing between stator and impeller (not a thrust washer). Needle bearing between stator and turbine. Furnace brazed turbine. Dual pattern drive lugs on some GM Holeshots. New turbine hub. New springs and rollers in stator.
- Furnace Brazed Impeller
- Steel alloy pump Drive tube
- Heavy Duty Needle Bearing
- New turbine hub
ApplicationFits 1993 to 2004 Ford Lincoln and Mercury AODE and 4R70W transmissions with a lockup type converter. Will not fit AOD
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