Precision Industries is based in Whiteville, Tennessee, east of the city of Memphis, central to a large population of performance car enthusiasts. Assembly and manufacturing of our high quality torque converters uses state of the art CNC equipment to bring a high degree of sophistication and accuracy to our custom torque converters. The PI product holds close and repeatable tolerances to assure a torque converter worthy of your confidence. State of the art electronic balancing of your final assembly assures smooth, wear-free operation. The item that sets Precision Industries apart from others in the industry is the availability of a specially designed dynamometer for product development. This testing capability gives insight into performance tradeoffs heretofore only able to be gained by expensive trial and error on track. The dynamometer test facility is capable of generating loads matching even the highest horsepower of racing vehicles which use automatic transmissions and torque converters. Data gathering and instrumentation is computerized. This modern method of data collection allows close scrutiny of relative loads and highly accurate measurement of time responses and transients. This aids in the trimming of those hundredths of a second off times to make a more powerful torque converter performance. Precision Industries goes the extra mile to ensure our torque converters turn daily drivers into weekend hot rods! Precision Industries offers a 1 time free stall change within the first 2 years of the 5 year warranty. All you need to do is ship it to us and make certain that you include your name, phone number and a brief note explaining why you sent it in.
Precision Industries was the first aftermarket torque converter manufacturer to design, develop and manufacturer multi disc torque converters.
Built for increased torque multiplication, mileage and decreased temperatures along with the ability to withstand extreme abuse, heavy towing and sled pulling.
In the world of aftermarket torque converters everyone and every torque converter company have their opinions of whose product is worth the money and whose isn't. The following pictures and information will try to help you decide which torque converter is best for you. The following pictures are of actual torque converter parts sold to customers by our competitors. These pictures are of torque converters produced by the so called big name torque converter companies and are not fake. No competitors names will be revealed.
Which torque converter would you prefer?
Uses 4 cylinder front cover with welded ring causing
warping, balance problems & fatigue cracking.
One piece billet cover assures truer balance, perpendicularity and concentricity.
Small clutch contact area & a warped clutch
surface due to welding of mounting ring.
Much larger and truer clutch
contact surface area.
Stock 4 cyl. clutch with small clutch contact
area, weak damper with stock lining.
Much larger clutch contact area, V8 damper
and special clutch lining.
Globed on brazing disrupts vortex fluid
flow causing turbulence & poor efficiency.
Special braces added that
do not effect vortexflow.
Which turbine would you prefer?
Stock 4 cyl. turbine hub machined to fit V8 input
shaft making walls very thin & subject to failure.
Specially designed and heat treated 4142
alloy turbine for strength and durability.
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