What if the stator is damaged? Would that cause pressure issues that could possibly make a flair happen.
The common failure of the stator support is the shaft moving out of its bore or twisting in the bore. When that happens the symptoms will usualy be constant.
I gaurantee your sealing rings are no good as they were defective when new. You also are running Alto Red Eagle clutches with slotted C3/C4 clutches which are known to start failing after high mileage. They will warp. Your mainline pressure is only 250 psi which is low. Your Transgo trim springs are probably worn out or bent which can cause slippage.
My truck has been used for work traveling lots on the road and not pulling squat. It sat for 1.5 years in 2017-18. I've fixed a ton of issues with the truck now this trans is the last thing I'm working on to make it run perfect.
I found an old post that you commented on in another web forum saying that the converter that came with the trans I bought didnt come with a billet stator. Now over the course of the years there has been some good burnouts done so I'm sure its took damage. There was fairly loud rattleish type noise coming from the bell housing last year with a rough idle so I had a Suncoast flex plate installed. Upon inspect my stock flex plate has no visible damage. Although after my rough idle persists. I'm putting in a new FPR in along with the new converter this week.
Acceleration isnt what it used to be either, truck feels very laggy down lower where it used to just fly. Injectors are fine, cp3 keeps up. Everything I've done is leads me to believe the stator is damaged in this TC.
Is there anything I could replace in the valve body or on the trans without doing a full rebuild at the moment? Keeping costs lower for a bit here. Thanks for the advice!