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Dual-Stator Torque Convertor

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by yunit, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. yunit

    yunit 1/2 ton status

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    I came across a link that had some information about the 4l80e having this Dual-Stator Torque Convertor and was wondering if I could install one in my Th400?
     
  2. Longhorn4x4

    Longhorn4x4 Registered Member

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    No. Pump parts and converters from a 4L80E are not interchangeable with pump parts and converters from a 400 turbo. The dual stator converter is only available in the small block powered trucks, because it does not take high power and abuse well. All it is is a new version of the old switch pitch in the mid sixties Buicks. Everett Jasmer had one in the old USA 1 monster truck that Rod Litzaugh cleaned house with. It was built by ATI racing transmissions in Baltimore Maryland. They still sell all the parts to build a switch pitch 400, including the converter.
     

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