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Torque Converter????

I am fixing my 7.3 up pretty soon and it will be right around 400hp. I am looking for torque converter and dont know which 1 is better. I am currently looking at this one? is it good or is there one better for the money? Thanks (also: what stall speed should i get?)

Diesel Performance Converters Ford E4OD/4R100 Triple Disk Studded Torque Converter
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That one seems a little pricey to me. I'd call up John wood, Factory tech, or Brians truck shop and see what they say.

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ATS torque converter, you definitely know when its locked up. Do some reading on it and see what you think. I definitely like how it hooks up.

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ok i will look at them thanks for the help on pointing me in the right direction
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Either work or play you want that thing to lock up shortly after you start making boost.


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For 400 hp I like the ari multi clutch, and add a woods or bts valve body.
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For 400 hp I like the ari multi clutch, and add a woods or bts valve body.
Same hear, 8k miles on the ARI TC and JW vavlebody with no issues and the ARI is $390 shiped to your door. ari industries . net

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Ok thanks i will look at it and for you guys that know about trannys my truck has 162,00 miles and i heard they go bad about 200,000 should i save up for a bts or what. thanks and sorry for all the questions

http://www.ariindustries.net/1996200...620056873.html

this 1??
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Ford Truck Heavy Duty Special Billet, Ford Powerstroke

This one, add the 6 lug multi-clutch +$30 and the lifetime warranty- $25. With shipping, should be under $400.

REBORN 20 Over on 3/2/11- Pics in my gallery- 2000 F250, Auto, GTP38r, Casserly 238cc/100%, Joey modded 17* hpop, DP F5,HI,60,80E,120R,140A, , Studs and 910's with DI push rods, ARI TC, JW VB, Walbro 392, TC Lock Up, Bellowed, In-Tank, Pre-Pump, boost fooler, and RR. Air Dog 150, SS cover, 6.0 TOC,4" straigt piped and guages, 6637.
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