The chart below shows the K factor and torque ratios as related to our converter stalls. Below is how to interpret the K factor and torque ratio numbers. The lower the K factor, the better the converter will couple. The higher the K factor, the easier the converter will spool up. The torque ratio is the torque multiplication number. For example, if a converter has a torque ratio of 1.85, then for every 100 lbs of input torque, the converter will deliver 185 lbs of output torque. This is at a converter stall or speed ratio of 0. This ratio will go down as the speed ratio goes up. Engine modifications will directly affect stall speed. Stall speeds listed below are approximate & will vary based on engine torque.
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