Billet Torque Converter Ford

Are you having problems with your stock torque converter slipping and damaging your vehicle’s transmission?  If you frequently tow heavy loads with your diesel engine then there is a chance that the factory converter will fail, damaging your transmission.  Most aftermarket torque converters you find are often subject to shoddy craftsmanship which can lead to hazardous clutch wear and tear as well as excessive transmission heat due to the small clutch size.  Fortunately there is a solution out there that meets all these problems head-on and provides a positive experience for all diesel enthusiasts, in the form of the Banks Power Billet Torque Converter built for the 2003.5-2007 6.0L Ford Powerstroke.

With its patented RaceLock technology, this torque converter was built without any compromises by some of the best engineers to stand tough against the hardest situations.  Unlike the stock models that are prone to leakage the banks Power Billet Torque Converter’s turbine is furnace brazed, preventing said leaking as well as heating and wear.  The converter comes with a three-friction-element clutch system and a bulletproof billet steel cover that help maintain solid contact without flexing.  This allows the system to triple your vehicle’s torque to 1800 versus the stock’s 600.  Your transmission’s lifetime is going to be greatly extended thanks to this piece of equipment.  The torque converter is made to match the Duramax torque band ensuring it delivers the most power to the wheels, which shreds almost a second off of the 0-60 MPH acceleration period.

The Banks Power Billet Torque Converter is designed with solid billet steel whereas it’s stock counterpart has the bolt points welded on.  The Banks Converter is far superior in all areas due to its intelligent design, improving many essential functions on your diesel vehicle.  To make sure your engine is running at its optimal capacity be sure to install a Banks Power Billet Converter which you can search for at Banks Power Products online using the search bar located at the left side of the screen or by calling 714-848-2170.

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