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Diesel Performance Converters Dodge Super Single Torque Converter

1994-2007 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
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This single disk converter is rated up to 500HP. All new lock-up billet lock-up piston and front cover are used to prevent any deflection of the lock-up surfaces. A larger lock-up friction allows this converter to handle many of today mild upgrades to the Cummins diesel. Torrington bearings, furnace brazing and tig welding of all internal components assure internal strength of the converter. Your choice of custom fluid coupling utilizes the low end torque and improves driveability and towing.
  • All Billet Lockup
  • Oversized Lockup Piston
  • 2-Year Warranty
  • Torrington Bearings


  • Manufacturer Name DPC
  • Shipping Weight 50.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 15 in.
  • Shipping Width 15 in.
  • Shipping Height 15 in.
  • Warranty Yes
  • Warranty Info 2 Year


Strong converter!
Adam S
Location: Pa
Great converter! It will need a good shift kit or an aftermarket valve body in conjunction with it so the transmission will have proper pressure.
Location: PA
I have not yet gotten a chance too install this converter, but the guys over there at DPC and XDP sure don't mess around, Very Quick shipping, Awesome Customer service and crazy attention too making sure the customer is happy with the order they placed.

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so im going to get this and a suncoast valve body for my truck. Will that be good for 100hp over stock
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Yes, the DIESEL PERFORMANCE CONVERTERS DODGE SUPER SINGLE TORQUE CONVERTER in combination with a high performance Suncoast valve body would be a great setup for a vehicle with approximately 100 horsepower over stock.

Will this fit in conjunction with 48re transmission?
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I mostly pull a 5th wheel camper and a car tailer what would you recommend for stall speed.
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For your application and what you use the truck for mostly, a 150 RPM under stock would be the best bet.

I have a 1999 dodge cummins with approximately 120hp over stock. What would the recomended stall speed to run?
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This will depend on your turbo setup and overall goals of the truck. For many street trucks that are used for towing, daily driving, and performance, owners choose a lower-than-stock stall converter. With a responsive turbo, a low-stall converter will deliver more power to the rear wheels. Lowering the stall speed also reduces the transmission’s temperature. With a lower stall speed, less time elapses before the motion energy of the impeller is converted to motion energy to drive the turbine, so the transmission runs cooler and lives longer. Higher stall speeds converters are most often used exclusively in drag racing, sled pulling, and hot street applications requiring large turbochargers.