Looking for th350 torque converter suggestions

rogus

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Looking for torque converter brand suggestions. Need something that will handle about 300hp and about 400ft/lbs torque with a stall speed of around 2000 rpm for a th350. I realize that the torque number is probably high. Just going by the numbers DynoSim5 software is giving me. Was thinking along the lines of B&M Traveler series, maybe? Unfortunately I'm a little lost when it comes to transmissions.
 

bracketchev1221

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I ran a hole shot converter years ago. It served its purpose and didn’t cAuse any obvious issues.
 
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melloelky

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i've always reached out to torque companies for recommendations,throwing a dart @a map isn't the best idea w/converter selection.most people under stall(making the car a turd) because they're afraid to loose of a selection will be the end of the world.there's a lot of misconceptions on the subject.
 
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rogus

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Mar 14, 2020
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i've always reached out to torque companies for recommendations,throwing a dart @a map isn't the best idea w/converter selection.most people under stall(making the car a turd) because they're afraid to loose of a selection will be the end of the world.there's a lot of misconceptions on the subject.
Maybe I should of asked is there any brand I should avoid?
 

melloelky

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Maybe I should of asked is there any brand I should avoid?
steer clear of house brands from parts suppliers.say summit,jegs etc.for the amount of work changing out a converter and the money spent go with a name brand.I've used fti a few times,yank and B&M.the B&M was 25+years ago.a lot's changed so i can't speak to the quality of them now,Hughes has been in the game along time and they have a good reputation too.
 
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mikester

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I bought a ProTorque for my wagon. They have a great reputation. The 81 has a Coan. Another well known brand.
 
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