Goerend 47/48RE Single Disc Torque Converter

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Converter lockup lining is not covered in warranty unless they have a goerend vb. We do not recommend a single disc converter for modified trucks. A single disc converter depends on the Valve Body pressure to lock the clutch tight. Converter Ballooning is caused by a valve body problem; converter ballooning is not warrantied unless you have OUR valve body. 

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  • Designed & Manufactured In-House
  • Tig Welded, Furnace Brazed & Silicon Bronze Reinforced Turbine
  • Proprietary Alto High Performance Multi-Disc Lockup Clutches
  • K-Factor & Torque Ratio Tested On In-House Dynamometer
  • Below 0.005 Blueprinted Runout Tolerances
  • Dual Torrington Bearing Stator Design
  • Multi-Bolt Pattern Billet Front Cover
  • Blueprinted Internal Clearances
  • Fully Pressurized & Leak Tested
  • Patented Fluid Flow Deflector
  • Computerized Robotic Welding
  • Billet Lockup Assembly Piston
  • 4140 Hardened Turbine Hub
  • 4140 Flanged Impeller Hub
  • Accurately Designed Pilot
  • Computerized Balancing
  • Lugged Stator Races
  • Billet Bearing Cap
  • 2 Year Warranty

To ship to any location outside of the contiguous United States, call for a quote before purchasing. Please allow 2-4 business days before shipment. Fixed freight cost only applies to UPS ground shipping. If your order is shipped any way other than ground freight, we must contact you to discuss availability and adjust freight cost. Fixed rate shipping cost does not apply to locations outside of the contiguous United States.


To receive the full core deposit back, the core returned to Goerend Transmission must be an unmodified core of the same model of the purchased converter. (Year, Type, Etc.) No part of the core may be rusty/damaged in any way, or you may receive partial to no credit towards your core deposit. When a usable core has been received, the core charge will be refunded to your original form of payment. Call for any questions on what cores are accepted. 


  • 5
    Great Product for the money

    Posted by Brian Wilson on May 31st 2017

    Ive used single disc converters in builds where a billet input was not needed and have held all the power thrown at them with no isses. My 07 got a single 900/400 in it when I built the trans to test and see how it would hold towing and decent power. Holding roughly 550hp on the street and towing 20k and has not skipped a beat even while at a 500hp ish tune