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After testing yes.Originally posted by gtphale@Feb 9 2005, 03:55 PM
Will these items be up for sale in your store?
The car is going to be gutted and caged mid season since it's now a full time track vehicle. I will also be running a lot of overlap so it's going to need to pull high to make that power off the line. It's all in the name of experimentation I suppose.You better put a big cam in for that stall. I learned my lesson going to a 4000 stall when I should have done a 3500. A 3500 will be fine if you pull a couple hundered pounds off the car, if you aren't doing weight reduction stick with a 3200. IMHO...
Originally posted by CoolGTX@Feb 9 2005, 04:47 PM
Make sure to replace all bushings.. mine weren't(edit)>>>.. the first time, but were the second time.
From our Torque Converter page:Originally posted by Ron Vogel@Feb 9 2005, 06:35 PM
As long as you lighten it no problem. Stall speeds are more of a guideline. A heavier car will produce a higher stall than a lighter one. You just don't want to waste useable power if you can help it.
Our converters are available in the following stalls:
Street-Revs: 400 - 500 higher RPM stall speed than stock L67/ Equivilent to stock L36 stall speed
Junior-revs: 600 - 1000 higher RPM stall speed than stock L67/ 400 - 500 higher RPM stall speed than stock L36
Hi-Revs: 1100 - 1600 higher RPM stall speed than stock L67/ 700 - 1100 higher RPM stall speed than stock L36
Stall speeds are approximate and change with vehicle weight and power.