Therefore, the tendency to point fingers at a torque converter being the source of your race car's problems isn't illogical. But new advances in torque converter construction can eliminate this guesswork.
A bolt together torque converter allows the user to open, inspect, service, and in most cases adjust the stall speed of the unit. BTE utilizes CNC-machined component parts that allow for interchangeable pieces for service and adjustment in the field. And while the upfront cost of these units is higher than a traditional weld up torque converter, the reduced cost of annual service will be realized in a season or two. Contact BTE for more information about a bolt together torque converter for your racing vehicle.