I am confused as to what exactly a stall converter does. I'm not totally ignorant when it comes to vehicles; I have had two years of automotive votech classes so I do know a little bit. Now, I don't want someone that thinks they know what they're talking about, I want someone that can explain exactly what happens and how it happens. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
perhaps an easier question.. .. like.. what do women want???http://www.moparmusclemagazine.com/techarticles/engine/mopp_1302_the_mystery_of_the_fluid_coupler_torque_converter/there are around 40 car and truck magazines on this site....torque converter internals are covered in a few of them...there is a LOT of secrets about what goes on inside...
here are a few more...http://www.musclemustangfastfords.com/sch/02/torque-converter/photos/?searchSource=Group
after you have digested a few dozen articles....feel free to ask any more questions either about torque converters or any other automotive subject.. continue torque converter questions here..its a HUGE subject.. and its hard to cover the width of it in just a few minutes.. it could take days of typing.. to get one opinion.. careful selection with final use and cam selection is required.. too low a stall with too much cam will give you issues... too high a stall will ruin your fuel economy.. if you are still in school... study up on the IDLE TRANSITION circuit at extended low RPM cruise..thats where the MPG is made.. its a whole new ball park getting the idle transition air fuel mixture correct..
Hahaha, I don't know if what women want is an easier question than that. Thanks, those articles were pretty informative.
google So how many lanes did you want on that bridgeyou will find a joke of the day to understand why i posted that.. part of the answer..
Haha. I know exactly what your talkin about. It's a pretty good joke.