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Torque Converter?

I am on the market for a new TC I need one that will hold up to pulling and racing, but more pulling than racing. all my mods are in my sig. and I am planning on getting an adrenaline and some bigger sticks. Would like to know what you guys think.

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dunrite makes a really good torque converter. i have a triple disk converter from them and am really happy with it. just a word of advise if you get a adrenline get the pulse monitor with it. i had one with out the pulse and it throws A LOT of timing. with the pulse you can pretty much adjust everything.

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suncoast makes a good tc
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specrite makes a good one too. http://www.specriteconverters.com/diesel_tow_series.asp

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I have a dunrite and am very happy with it. There are a lot of great converters out there. However, if I were to do it all over again, I would get a Goerend. Great product, fair price, and you can't beat a life time warranty.
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Goerend is tops & DTT are also good

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Goerend Goerend Goerend
Agreed, can't beat a lifetime warranty and great customer service is awesome

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