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Old 03-27-2005, 06:18 AM
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700r4 stock stall?

what was the stock stall for a 92 s-10 blazer 4.3 cpi 4x4 with a 700r4.

Also I am looking to rebuild my trans in a few days being my frist one I have no clue what to buy does this look good? This is not a race truck I just want something I can pull my boat with and make it last I just rebuild the engine 200 miles ago.

You get a stock Alto 700R4 master rebuild kit, oversize .500" Mega Valve, a Corvette servo plus an Alto Red Eagle band and filter. What this kit has that a stock 700R4 transmission doesn't have is the Alto Red Eagle band and an oversize pressure valve that is .029" larger than the largest factory valve. The Mega Valve will give your transmission firmer shifts and more holding force on the clutches and band. Fits Chevy 1987-1993 700R4 transmissions.

Is there anything else I need?

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Old 03-27-2005, 05:52 PM
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If your present converter is OE it will have a 4 alpha digit sticker on it. The second letter indicates the "K" factor or stall speed as follows;
K=1211 RPM stall
G=1397 RPM "
F=1611 RPM "
E=1654 RPM "
B=2025 RPM "
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