ProTorque touts six drivers who used ProTorque converters to win world championship titles during the 2022 drag racing season. Those champions include: Was this content valuable? Submit Cancel Thanks for your feedback!
The profitable and proper remanufacturing of torque converters served as the focus for the 24th annual seminars and meetings of the Torque Converter Rebuilders Association (TCRA). The two-day event was held in the Detroit area in June and drew approximately 100 participants. As has been the case since the first of these converter segment get-togethers,
The Torque Converter Rebuilders Association (TCRA) recently named its new board and officers. The positions were chosen during the organization’s annual meeting June 24 and 25. Note that not all of these positions are newly elected, as some members return from last year. Here is the full list: President: Mike Cargill (Schaeffler) Vice President: Eric
Few people have spent more time with torque converters than Joe Rivera of ProTorque Performance Products. Joe tells us he started working with transmissions at the age of 12. His father, Joe Sr., operated one of the earliest Lee Myles shops on Long Island. Last month, we discussed the profitability potential for transmission shops that
The Boninfante Group has hired Tom Kundrik, a well-respected drag racer and performance industry professional, to be ProTorque’s director of motorsports and sales. In addition to fielding customer service calls and offering technical support over the phone for ProTorque, Kundrik will be actively traveling the country to attend relevant drag racing events to also provide
A converter manufacturing partnership has been struck between the two companies.