That's part of the beauty...After your torque converter installation you line up at a stop light next to a Mustang GT and as you guys take off with his car sounding like it's making a BIG FUSS, you easily beat him in your GS400 sounding like it's not breaking a sweat with its effortless power (with your stock exhausts)Originally posted by brad:
Believe me, I don't want much of a difference, yet, I would like to hear something.
Originally posted by PMD911:
Are you talking about the Swift-Racing ECU/Intake Systems? Level 1 or 2.
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Originally posted by Nate:
Eric, did you ever get the torque converter for your GS400? I would be very interested to hear about what exactly it changes (hp, torque, fuel economy, smoothness), and how much of a difference it actually makes.
Yeah, I looked at the website, but I understand that there has to be tradeoff somewhere for the added performance. I'd actually like it to make the cars a little less smooth, at least under throttle. I just doubt that performance gains of that amount could be done without "losing" something, and was curious as to what it was. And I'd be interested to know what % increases show up on Dynos.Originally posted by brad:
0-60 and 1/4 in 0.5 to 0.75 seconds faster.
Originally posted by EricK:
I think if you guys Email Muhammad (swift racing) he should be able to tell you the advantages & trade-offs with his torque converter....