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The stock torque converter on the left is not the original piece. As Pat related, "It's a typical massproduced rebuilt converter. It was probably installed by the police fleet repair shop at one point or another, and if anything, it would have made your car slower than if you still had the factory torque converter in place." On the right, Level 10's 10.5-inch converter is not only lighter, but it also offers a street/strip-friendly stall speed of 2,400 rpm for stronger launches.