How do manufacturers size torque converters for a particular vehicle? Do they do a trial and error until they get the characteristics they are looking for or are torque converters given classifications that can be used to size them for a particular vehicle weight, torque, etc? I'm trying to size one for my applications and am having a hard time selecting the correct one that will give them the characteristics I am looking for with any confidence.
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