O.E.M. dual-stator torque converters

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O.E.M. dual-stator torque converters

Post  rmcomprandy on January 2nd 2018, 8:45 am

What is the O.E.M. dual-stator torque converter advantage...?
I presume a better torque multiplication but, is there some other reasoning behind it...?

It seems they would NEED a clutch in order for any "lock-up" to be present.

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Post  DILLIGASDAVE on January 4th 2018, 2:33 am

Maybe a dual-stator setup does a much better job than a single-stator (from 2 slightly different stator fin angles working together???) of directing the fluid flow/direction more efficiently (as the impeller & turbine halves get closer & closer to rotating at the same speed). Maybe it might help the converter's/computer's designated mechanical/friction lock-up point happen more efficiently. scratch
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