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i have a th350 and a new torque converter. how many quarts of fluid do i put in the converter before i install it and then how many quarts to fill the transmission? its a new b&m torque master 2000 converter.

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i have a th350 and a new torque converter. how many quarts of fluid do i put in the converter before i install it and then how many quarts to fill the transmission? its a new b&m torque master 2000 converter.
B&M recommends one quart ATF added to the TC before installation so there's lubrication at initial start up.
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thanks, i did find the spec sheet for the converter when i was up at the garage today. it said 3 for the tranny and 6 for the converter.
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Th350 I completely rebuilt mine and new converter and held 13 , bm shift kit oil , from summit racing just filter change and converter fill converter and install and put about 4ish and crank engine and leave in park and let warm up and check fluid and add slowly long as in park your ok , whenever it close to. Being full go though the gears wth front brake on then recheck fluid levels
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thanks it sounds like a plan
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