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Old 06-09-2010, 08:31 AM   #1
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JANNETTY RACING STALL CONVERTERS

Jannetty Racing, in cooperation with Pro Torque converters of NY, is now offering a line of stall converters to suite your particular needs.

We have converters for Stock NA, Modified NA, NOS applications, Supercharged applications both Positive Displacement and Centrifugal configurations.

Torque converters can NOT be sold as a one size fits all, because Stall Speed is in DIRECT Relation to INPUT Torque.

For example a 10 inch converter advertised as a 3200 stall should do just that on a stock NA application it was built for, put that same converter on a PD supercharged car and it may Stall at 5000 RPM, put that same converter on a Centrifugal supercharged car and it may stall 4000 RPM.

And if you put that same converter on a V6 it May only Stall 2000 RPM.

Torque Converters are a Science, I have been Working Very Closely with Pro Torque for 12 years now and He has always been able to meet my expectations with quality, Durability, and What I want out of a Converter.

Driveability is very important, Stall Speed Affects Shift Quality, higher stall speeds Can make shifts feel Very Soft.

Our converters will Flash to a specified Stall speed, but then couple and give Stock like Driveability, and good clean shifts.

With the advent of these completely electronic controlled transmissions they are very sensitive to Torque converter changes, If the Converter is Not designed Properly it could set check engine lights, as the computer sees the difference in input VS Output speed as Transmission Slippage.

We have a 12 inch converters for each application that can Flash 2800 RPM and Drive like Stock otherwise.

Call for a consultation to get the Right Torque converter for your application.

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Old 06-09-2010, 10:17 AM   #2
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Ted, what about a trans cooler? Would this be ok without one? What about added stress and strain on the trans, would the converter substaintially shorten the lifespan?

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I need to see 10.70's!!!! Is that converter on it's way gonna do it? If you say so I'll be by to pay for it today. You haven't been wrong yet.
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Old 06-09-2010, 10:44 AM   #4
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IMO a converter will get you the .2 you're looking for.
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Ted, what about a trans cooler? Would this be ok without one? What about added stress and strain on the trans, would the converter substaintially shorten the lifespan?

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The torque converter should not put any added stress to the transmission than it currently sees due to your very powerful set up.

In traffic you could see less transmission temps due to the looser calibration, the converter is locked most of the time and there is NO added Temp when Locked.

At the Track you may see a slight increase in transmission temps but I don't suspect it will become an Issue, it should still operate within normal parameters.

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Old 06-09-2010, 11:11 AM   #6
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I need to see 10.70's!!!! Is that converter on it's way gonna do it? If you say so I'll be by to pay for it today. You haven't been wrong yet.
ET is a Product of improving 60 ft times, your currently running 1.65, if you can go 1.50 by applying more power on launch it is worth 3 tenths on the other end.

The Torque converter I have in mind for your car will increase Torque application at launch by 200 Ft. lbs. or more.

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are these available for the manual V6's?
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are these available for the manual V6's?


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are these available for the manual V6's?
Converters are used with automatic transmissions
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aren't stall converters the same as torque converters?
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Stall converters are short for higher stall speed torque converters - they serve the same purpose, but one is performance oriented, simply put
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lol, you know what, i was thinking torque dampeners.
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