Chevy Impala 1974, Nitrous Holeshot™ Torque Converter by B&M®. With the addition of anti-balloon plates, the Nitrous HoleShot is the strongest of the B&M street converter line. These converters will take the “instant hit” abuse of plate-type nitrous systems, and are also tough enough to handle the high power and torque of big cubic inch crate engines. All Nitrous HoleShot converters are completely balanced with full furnace brazed impeller and turbine, heavy duty needle type thrust bearings, new turbine hubs and anti-balloon plates, these are serious converters for serious performance street cars. Listed converters are NOT to be used in trans-brake applications.
|Automotive Item Grade: High Performance|
- Furnace brazed impeller and turbine
- New precision steel pump drive tube
- New heavy duty needle bearings used instead of thrust washers
- New springs and rollers in stator
- New turbine hub
- Anti-balloon plates
The reason for considering B&M torque converters boils down to performance. Higher stall speed is the key. A higher stall converter allows the vehicle to accelerate better from a dead stop and may provide tire-smoking performance. B&M offers a wide range of performance torque converters to fit almost everybody's needs. From the Tork Master, to the Nitrous Holeshot for street applications to the Quick 60 Race converters for racing, B&M has the right converter for your vehicle. All B&M converters are precision engineered, spin balanced and pressure tested.
B&M® specializes in performance automatic transmissions, torque converters, SFI-approved flexplates, legendary automatic shifters, precision manual shifters, and many other transmission products, including cast deep aluminum transmission pans, transmission coolers, and automatic transmission fluids. B&M Racing and Performance has been at the vanguard of the growing automotive aftermarket since the early 1950s. Racers themselves, B&M’s founders identified the needs of local racers and street performance enthusiasts and developed products to fill those needs. As the industry grew, so did B&M. And as racers went faster, B&M developed products to help them break the records they just set.