1972 TH350 Torque Converter

Gerrys72

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Apr 13, 2022
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I am restoring a 1972 Camaro base model with a 307 and TH350 tranny. I know that there were no mods to the engine or tranny since the car has been in our family since purchased new. I believe the factory torque converter should be a 10.7" three bolt, 12" diameter with a 1.703" pilot. The one that was on it has a 9.25" three bolt pattern. Does anyone know why the torque converter would be different from what was supposed to be on it and how would this affect performance? I plan on rebuilding the 307 with a slightly larger cam. I just want a daily driver not a runner but want to know if I should change it out to what was supposed to be on there or what is currently on it.

Thanks. :bowtie:
 

Gerrys72

New Member
Apr 13, 2022
10
Thanks bigdav160. It would be interesting to know how this made it onto this car. I will be going with the stock setup.

Thanks
 

bigdav160

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Jan 11, 2006
595
Klein Texas
I guess, in my haste, I misread the post. What's the diameter of the torque converter in question?

Sorry, I'm not familiar with a 9.25 bolt circle flexplate/comverter
 




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