40 series torque converter maintenance is simple. If you have an old go kart torque converter that needs to be serviced, this article will show you how to do it step by step. In addition to cleaning, most old torque converters need new belts as the old ones tend to crack and become narrow (reducing low end torque and top end speed). You can get a new torque converter belt, as well as 40 series replacement parts here.
This video will show you how to disassemble, clean, lubricate, polish, and reassemble a comet 40 series torque converter. You will need simple hand tools, and some wire attachments to get rid of rust, dry molybdenum spray for lubrication. Just watch the video, it takes too damn long to explain it.
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This is part of the maintenance section of KartFab.