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Torque Converter ID Help Needed

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So, my buddy and I dropped the trans yesterday in preparation for the install of my new FTI converter. The trans is currently at a buddy's shop having the Superior shift kit and some new seals installed.

Anyway, in looking at older posts, I see that the stock converter has 6 welded bungs for the bolts. The converter I pulled out of my truck has a billet bottom plate, and aside from color looks like a twin of my FTI. Of course, all of these billet converters look the same, so that doesn't mean a thing.

Anyway, can any of you experts ID one based solely on a couple of markings?

This is the old one:

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I'd like to know whose it is, because it flippin' SUCKS.

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