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New Product: TCI StreetFighter Torque Converter for the 2011+ Mustang

By - November 20, 2011 – 1:36 pmOne Comment | 1,634 views

TCI Streetfighter Torque Converter for the 2011+ Mustang

TCI has announced that their popular StreetFighter torque converters are now available for the 2011-2012 Ford Mustang with the 5.0L Coyote V8 and the 6R80 automatic transmission. These new torque converters are built tough enough to handle more radically prepared street/race applications thanks to furnace-brazed components  that increase the unit’s strength to withstand high horsepower and nitrous applications. The extra-durable, heat-treated splines, sprag races and hub will stand up to harder launches off the line, while the aftermarket billet front and clutch assembly stop the chance of converter clutch slippage under heavy throttle racing requirements.

With its combination of strength and drivability, the StreetFighter torque converter offers excellent performance for street use as well. As with all TCI torque converters, it also features the TCI proprietary HDT (Heat Dissipating Technology) coating that enables cooler temperatures for more efficient drivetrain operation. Each TCI torque converter is built to exact specifications and is triple tested after assembly. Each TCI StreetFighter torque converter is manufactured to withstand the rigors of nitrous injection systems and other power adder options.

2011+ Mustang TCI StreetFighter Torque Converter Features:

  • Popular StreetFighter Torque Converters are now available for 2011-2012 Ford Mustangs utilizing 5.0L Coyote engines and 6R80 transmissions
  • Designed for street/strip & benefits aftermarket cams, nitrous or other power adder options
  • Furnace-brazed components increase strength for higher horsepower applications
  • Heat-treated splines, sprag races & hub are capable of handling harder launches off the line
  • HDT Coating cools operating temperatures & enables more economical drivetrain operation

[Source: TCI]




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