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Comet TAV2 Torque Converter ( Highest Quality you Can Buy)
Comet TAV2 Torque Converter ( Highest Quality you Can Buy)


 
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List Price: $220.00
Our Price: $215.00
Sale Price: $200.00
Savings: $20.00

Availability:: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Product Code: 218***


Comet Bore Size:
3/4" Bore#35 Sprocket
3/4" Bore#41 Sprocket ( 420 Chain)

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Comet TAV2 Torque-A-Verter Converter - Made in USA

This is an asymmetrical type torque converter system which means the sheave faces are non-symmetrical. They have different angles. In this case, the moveable sheave face is 18" while the stationary sheave face is 2-1/2" for a collective angle of 20-1/2". Here are some reasons for selecting the asymmetrical concept. The Torque-A-Verter can attain an .90:1 or 10% overdrive.

Specifications:

  • Cast Aluminum Backplate
  • 6" OD Driven
  • Drive Clutch Engagement: 2200 RPM
  • Drive Belt: 3/4" Top Width - Asymmetrical
  • Drive Clutch Bore: 3/4" (3/16 Key) or 1" (1/4 Key)
  • HP: Up to 8 HP (2 Cycle / 4 Cycle)
  • Sprocket: #35 (12T) or #41 (10T)
  • Bolt Pattern to Mount to Engine: (4) 5/16" holes on a 3-5/8" bolt circle, and (4) 5/16" holes on a 5" bolt circle.
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 3 of 5 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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3 of 5 Comet tav March 3, 2020
Reviewer: Logan B from ID United States  
The comet seems like good quality but for my mini bike I had to buy a shaft adapter. I don’t know if it’s the torque converter or the adapter but something isn’t built to specs. I spent several hours sanding the adapter to fit inside the torque converter. Even then I forced it on with a hammer knowing I’ll never get it back off. The comet didnt come with proper spacers so the front puppy is not lined up with the back pulley. It is impossible to take off and put another spacer behind it. If I ever do it again, I’d like to think it’s the shaft adapter that sucks and not the comet. I plan on taking a hack saw to my crank shaft, buying a couple new parts for the comet pieces that will never come back off and putting it on a predator engine. 4 days of headache and it works now but not how it’s designed. I can never take it back off. Something (comet or shaft adapter) is not built to spec.

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