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Choosing the correct stall converter.

Hey fellas. What do I need to put in consideration when choosing the right stall on a converter? Plus size, 9" vs. 10".

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that depends on what your going to do. for the street no more than 3500. myself i dont like anymore than 2200
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Well mostly for strip,but it will see a little street. Lunati suggested a 4200 because of my cam card, but I want to make sure Im getting the right one.
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Well mostly for strip,but it will see a little street. Lunati suggested a 4200 because of my cam card, but I want to make sure Im getting the right one.
then a 3500 will be good enough,i think its better to have a little less than recomended. my opinion and experience
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