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As to the aftermarket pan, I'm not convinced they do all that much.
If it's really a billet transmission, I doubt that a factory torque converter would have been installed. If you remove the cover from the beneath the torque converter and inspect the torque converter all around, you MAY see a stamped name and/or a model number. If it is a stock converter, I would be skeptical that the transmission was anything other than stock.
My triple disc converter is serious about lockup. When it goes into lock up, it means business, it feels like someone just tapped my rear bumper with their front bumper. If yours feels soft and mushy, it's probably stock.
07' QCLB 3500 4x4 dually, Suncoast PLSD-48RE-4X, billet input, Suncoast 2000 24V Triple Disc, Derale 15870 67,000btu cooler, Derale 25709 w/ spin on 20mu filter in return hose, -8an hoses, Dorman cooler, no heat exchanger 1pc aluminum drive shaft (52123161AC), EMF bj's