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Customer q:

Hello. Asking if you would have a torque converter for a 5.9L Magnum (360) in a 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner. It is mated to a 727 transmission.  I already bought a so called zero balanced converter, but it shudders. Looking to replace. Do not need a high stall. I have flexplate #10236.

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engine = 5.9 Magnum

fuel = Carburetor

make = Plymouth

model = Roadrunner

trans = 727

year = 1974

JEGS ANSWER:

Flexplate #10236 you have is for a 5.9L/360 LA engine not the 5.9L Magnum. The counter balance is different. You need a flexplate for the 5.9L Magnum. Unfortunately, B&M no longer offers the correct flexplate. Mopar Performance has also discontinued theirs. We do not currently have a flexplate for these. I apologize for this. If there is anything else we can do for you, let us know.

B&M 10236
‍SFI-Approved Flexplate 1971-1992 Small Block Chrysler 360 with TF727

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March 27, 2018
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