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Anyone running a high stall converter for their build ?

 
Old 07-12-2019, 02:34 PM
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It was suggested with the power to run this.

FTI Billet Street/Race Lock Up Torque Converter

If your using one lmk and how you like it. Any issues ?
what whp are you making ?

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Old 07-13-2019, 10:53 PM
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Thatís interesting, I never thought of having a higher stall converter on my C7 A8 Z06. I had a yank 2800 stall on my C5 back in the day.
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Originally Posted by 2FAST4U View Post
Thatís interesting, I never thought of having a higher stall converter on my C7 A8 Z06. I had a yank 2800 stall on my C5 back in the day.

again this is for heavily modified cars running Cams etc ! not stockers or minor mod cars
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I've got a Circle D 3200 in mine. 1054 rwhp. Drives great, you can definitely tell it has a stall. No times as I haven't been to the track in awhile. I do want to put in a bigger cam and rev the car harder.

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I've got a Circle D 3200 in mine. 1054 rwhp. Drives great, you can definitely tell it has a stall. No times as I haven't been to the track in awhile. I do want to put in a bigger cam and rev the car harder.
so how is it in DD. any issues while driving around and taking off from lights .thats main concern.

Are you TT or procharged ?
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I've got about 6k miles on it and it dailies fine. I'm procharged so the boost comes on a little different now but it hits so hard. I really need a 15" conversion to take advantage but I've been debating on making the move as I really drive my car on the street as often as possible.
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