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Torque Converter, Tork Master 2000

Torque Converter

PART# 10416

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Fits 1967 to 1981 Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Torqueflite A727 automatic transmissions. Chrysler torque converters when used with externally balanced engine require a B&M Flexplate.

Overview

Similar in performance characteristics to the Holes hot series, the Tork Master is B&M's lowest cost performance torque converter. The Tork Master is an excellent all-around performance street converter. The best 'value priced' street converters available, Tork Master converters come with a new precision pump drive tube and all are pressure tested and fully balanced. The Tork Master torque converter is not recommended for big block or supercharged applications.

Features:

  • New thrust washer between turbine and cover when required
  • Needle thrust bearing when factory equipped
  • Furnace Brazed Impeller
  • New alloy steel pump drive tube

Specs

Additional ContentsNew needle bearing and thrust washer
Automotive Item GradeHigh Performance
BrandB&M
California Proposition 65 Chemical NameChromium (hexavalent compounds)
California Proposition 65 RequiredYes
Emission Code5
Furnace BrazedNo
LockupNo
MaterialSteel
Product TypeAutomatic Transmission Torque Converter
Stall Torque Ratio1900 to 2100 RPM stall
Part Number10416

Emissions

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

Tech Resources

Fits 1967 to 1981 Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Torqueflite A727 automatic transmissions. Chrysler torque converters when used with externally balanced engine require a B&M Flexplate.

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