If you’re a Turbo Buick owner looking for a torque converter to give you an edge over your competition, then look no further than the Revolution X from Full Throttle Speed. Designed as a 9.5-inch, lockup (non-lockup also available) converter for the Buick’s 200-4R gearbox, it offers the perfect balance of street friendly reliability, without the hesitation or overheating of some other converters on the market. Full Throttle clued us in on their latest product in their official release below!
ANNOUNCING: Revolution X Torque Converters from Full Throttle Speed!
We’ve spent a lot of time on research and development for these new performance torque converters! This project was fueled by the desire to build a product that “just works.” Using our past experience and knowledge we know we’ve created a very desirable product that will deliver the results demanded by you consumers!
The current model is for a 200R4 Transmission – specifically the Turbo Buick cars. It’s a 9.5″ Lockup perfect for street/strip applications using most 62-67MM turbochargers. In addition to the 62-67 mm turbos, we can also manufacture a converter specifically tailored to your turbocharger configuration, whether that be stock or 70mm plus.
We also offer a non-lock version of this torque converter for those interested. It drives like stock, easy to launch and will let the turbo spool up fast but still very tight and efficient up top where is counts!
We also knew it needed a minimum amount of slip for max MPH on the drag strip. It won’t overheat the fluid like some other race spec converters will do on the street. The end result is a converter that’s perfect for the street and equally at home on the track. We have other models in the works for the 4L80E and TH400 transmissions as well. Join the revolution, Revolution X!
- Doesn’t overheat
- Drives like stock
- Perfect for street/strip use
- Available in lockup or non-lock version
- 4L80E and TH400 available soon
- Compliments Turbo Regals with 62-67mm turbos
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.