correct, torque converters have a multiplucation factor. It's the same idea as gears. It accelerates you faster, but doesn't do more work(via torque) than before.Laser02 said:Uh... Someone correct me if I'm wrong... But TQ convertors don't provide more measurable TQ at the wheels? I always heard they let you "get to your power faster" like gears. Is that not true? How much more torque do they provide, then?
I drive 38 miles each way. Yes. It will hurt your gas mileage. Yes. It is worth it. Your car will never drive the same again. I remember when my friend and I first installed it at his shop, I tried to drive like I usually would and all of the sudden I'm doing this huge burnout out of his parking lot with a ****-eating grin on my face. Well worth the money. Besides nitrous and gears, it's probably the best bang for your buck.SDStangV6 said:but im a little worried about the mpg. i drive 26miles on the freeway each day and it sucks already with my 4.10s.