Originally Posted by Waldn
With a locking torque converter slippage should actually be less than a clutch.
I have found those charts to be very acurate with my set up.
No offense intended, but with the 2.5 do you have enough TQ to slip the convertor?
DD-- 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins TD Quad Cab 4x4 6 speed
1998 Sport Auto trans, 3.73 gears, D30/lockright D44/Detroit, 33" Mud tires, FT LCA's JKS Adj. Trac bar FT 4" coils, RE GEN II Disco's--1 1/4 JKS BL, 1" MML XD9000i up front, HD bumpers with extraction points.-Done.
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