72 items found in Automotive Torque Converters

Automotive Torque Converters Australia

ECCPP Go Kart Engine Torque Converter Cl...

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30 Series Torque Converter Driver Clutch...

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MotorFansClub Go Kart Torque Converter C...

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Genuine OEM 451003A551 CONVERTER ASSEMBL...

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Genuine OEM 4510023830 CONVERTER ASSEMBL...

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Yadianna Stepper Servo Motor Driver Kit,...

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CNC Parallel Shaft Coupling Stepper Moto...

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Aluminum Alloy Durable Shaft Coupling Ou...

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Bravex Torque Converter Go Kart Clutch S...

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Yadianna Nema 34 Servo Motor 86HB250-118...

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30 Series BORE GO Kart CVT Torque Conver...

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Stepper Servo Motor Driver Kit, 36VDC IH...

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MotorFansClub 209133A 40 Series Torque C...

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Genuine OEM 4510039720 CONVERTER ASSEMBL...

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WATERWICH Go Kart Torque Converter Clutc...

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An automotive Torque converter is also known as a hydraulic converter; this component is mounted on automatic gearboxes to act as a clutch. It, therefore, constitutes the connection between the engine and the wheels (or rather the gearbox which is inserted between). A torque converter is a variation of the hydraulic coupling, which is used to transmit power from a driveshaft to the rotating driven load. You can buy the Automotive Torque Converters in Australia or can hire the car torque converters replacement services.

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Much like a hydraulic coupling, the torque converter most often replaces a mechanical clutch, allowing the load to be isolated from the power source. But, unlike a hydraulic coupling, a torque converter can also achieve gear reduction, i.e. increasing torque when the input and output rotational speeds are different, then becoming the equivalent of a mechanical reducer. It is quite difficult to get the exact Automotive Torque Converters price in Australia because it varies from model to model.

Description

A hydraulic converter (thanks to the stator) makes it possible to have more torque at the gearbox input than at the engine output. The purpose of the torque converter or hydraulic torque converter is to connect the motor shaft of the vehicle to the automatic gearbox. However, its operation remains very different from the “single or double-clutch” robotic gearbox. This mechanism can be thought of as a clutch since it can increase torque when the input and output speeds are different. We can therefore speak of reduction.

The term “hydraulic” is then used because all the parts contained in the crankcase are bathed in oil.  This phenomenon is all the more important as there is a difference in speed of rotation between the pump and the turbine. For example, if there is 160 Nm of torque at the crankshaft output at 2000 RPM, there may be 200 Nm at the gearbox input (hence the name torque converter).

This is due to a kind of oil pressure build-up in the converter circuit (the stator causes a blockage, see the video at the bottom of the page). On the other hand, the torques are (almost) the same when the pump and turbine have reached a similar speed.

In short, all this to say that the converter will provide more torque for the gearbox than the engine can give (this only when there is a significant delta between the rotations of the turbine and pump). A hollow engine will then appear more vigorous at low speed when it is associated with a BVA. Also, the torque converter can isolate the gearbox from the power source which in our case is the engine.