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Review: 1994-2004 Mustang PA Torque Converter 3200 Stall (AODE/4R70W)
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Published on 2016-04-15
If you’re desperate for quicker launches and wanting to knock some time off of your sixty foot, then this 3200, twelve inch torque converter from Performance Automatic is the way to go.
This converter is a perfect choice for mild bolt on cars or cars that have choppy cams and need a converter with a good stall speed.
Racing torque converters are generally grouped by size (diameter) and stall speed. As the diameter of a torque converter decreases, the stall speed (RPM) goes up.
Most factory torque converters are 12-13 inch in diameter and have a stall speed around 1600-1800 RPM. This promotes excellent fuel economy and drive-ability because they are specifically designed for these purposes.
Mustang Fitment: 1994 (94), 1995 (95), 1996 (96), 1997 (97), 1998 (98), 1999 (99), 2000 (00), 2001 (01), 2002 (02), 2003 (03), 2004 (04)
What’s up guys? Landan here with LMR.com. Today this video will cover my quick overview of Performance Automatic’s 3200, twelve inch torque converter fitting your 1994 to 2004 automatic Mustang with either an AODE or 4R70W.
Since the doors opened in 1984, Performance Automatic has been delivering the ultimate in high performance transmissions, torque converters, and the related drivetrain components. Their countless hours spent on research and development allows for the production of some of the best drivetrain components on the Mustang market.
If you’re desperate for quicker launches and wanting to knock some time off of your sixty foot, then this 3200, twelve inch torque converter from Performance Automatic is the way to go. This converter is a perfect choice for mild bolt on cars or cars that have choppy cams and need a converter with a good stall speed. The needed hardware is in the box and I would recommend picking up a new flexplate as well.
The factory converter has a stall speed in the area of sixteen hundred and eighteen hundred RPM. While that is perfect for fuel economy and getting from point A to B for the average driver, that’s really about all a factory converter is good for.
Since this converter does have a decently-high stall speed, I would recommend the use of an auxiliary cooler such as the Derale universal cooler. That is something you pick up with the converter right here at LMR.com.
As far as installation goes fellas, I would leave this one up to a professional. If you have access to a lift and have more than average mechanical ability, then this is something you can do. Other than that, Project Green Bean does feature this converter which is covered in Stage 2 of the build.
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