The new Allison 10 speed transmission is a remarkable advancement in automotive technology. From the shift recovery to the seamless shifts and lockup function. This new platform was definitely designed around refinement versus the functionality of the previous generations of units. When used within the boundaries of the vehicles intended design and power levels this unit has proven to be remarkably reliable, however when pushed beyond the factory intended power levels and usage ugly consequences can develop. Some of these issues involve excessive turbine slip, premature torque converter clutch failure, and excessive heat.
Suncoast addresses these issues with our new 10L1000 billet torque converter. We start off by improving the turbine slip issues with our redesigned cnc'd billet stator. This stator is redesigned to improve the efficiency and reduce turbine slip. This reduction in turbine slip not only improves efficiency but reduces temperatures when towing and hauling more demanding loads. The next issue Suncoast addresses is the torque converter friction material. We not only increase the surface area of the torque converter clutch therefore spreading the load over a larger surface area but the friction material coefficient is improved dramatically reducing the lockup time helping resolve temperature issues. The stator is also complimented with new torrington thrust bearings as well.
Suncoast also improves the impeller and turbine hubs by replacing them with cnc'd 4140 steel for maximum strength and eliminating any chance of deflection.
The new Suncoast 10L1000 torque converter also includes a new billet apply piston not only increasing clamping force but correcting the deflection during apply that can occur. This new billet apply piston is complimented with a new billet cover.
This new Suncoast 10L1000 torque converter is designed to stand up to whatever you decide to throw at it.
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