B&M 50441 Torque Converter, Tork Master 2400, Ford 1970-82 w/ C4
C4, 2300-2500 Stall Speed (RPM)
A higher than stock stall speed as delivered by a B&M Converter will provide several advantages. The high stall converter allows the engine to launch the car at a higher RPM where more torque is available and increased strength.
- New Precision Pump Drive Tube
- Pressure Tested
- Fully Balanced
- Needle Thrust Bearing
ApplicationFits 1970 to 1982 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury C4 automatic transmissions. Uses a 10.5 inch bolt pattern and accepts a 26 splined shaft and 1.375 inch crank pilot.
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