Torque Converter for #35 Chain, 1" Bore (TAV2 Replacement)
Torque Converter for #35 Chain, 1' Bore (TAV2 Replacement)

Torque Converter for #35 Chain, 1" Bore (TAV2 Replacement)

Part Number:K473535
Availability:In Stock
Location: Kit, ;
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On sale$109.95
Retail Price:$199.95
Your Savings:$90.00(45%)
This asymmetric torque converter design has been very popular the past 30 yrs, and has been used on many different brands of 5 - 9 HP small engines, go-karts, and mini bikes.

This torque converter is an asymmetrical inline small engine clutch that will help you get more power out of your small engine by reducing engine load. A torque converter acts similar to a transmission, allows higher speeds out of your small engine, and smoother acceleration.

Engagement range is approximately 2350 RPM; however, this can be adjusted from Minimum 1200 RPM - Maximum 3100 RPM by changing out springs (not included) and other adjustments.

Our torque converter fits a 1" shaft and comes with a 12 tooth sprocket for a 35 chain. It will work with small engines producing 5.5 HP - 9 HP.

Engine compatibility: It is compatible on most small engines with horizontal shaft.

  • Briggs
  • Robin
  • Tecumseh
  • Honda (and clones)
  • Kohler
  • Clinton
  • Lifan

This unit replaces:

  • Comet 218354A Torq-A-Verter



  • Driven unit: Diameter 157mm
  • Drive clutch bore: 25mm (1")
  • Belt: Asymmetrical type
  • Top width: 19mm(3/4")
  • Sprocket teeth: 12 teeth
  • Engagement range: 2350?200 RPM
  • Recommended engine: 5.5HP - 9HP engine, 1" shaft with flat key
  • Bolt Pattern to Mount to Engine:  (4) 5/16" holes on a 3-5/8" bolt circle, and (4) 5/16" holes on a 5" bolt circle.

Assembly Includes:

  • Driver Unit: 1 set
  • Driven Unit: 1 set
  • V-Belt: 1 pc
  • Driven Shaft & Gear: 1 set
  • Side Retainer Plate: 1 pc
  • Torque Converter Cover: 1 pc
  • Pilot Washer has a 5/16" bore, may need to be drilled out to 3/8" to work with some 1" crankshafts.

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Reviewed by: on 2/21/2013

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