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Need help on picking the right converter

Trying to pick out the right converter any help guys on brand and size of the converter, i have a big block street and strip but its a weekend driver with a th400 ,342 gears I have comp cams solid roller XR280R BBC

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You will get more responses if you list out all the specs -- Cam specs, carb(s), intake, car, weight (if you know it), tire size and so on. Generally, you would like to have your flash off at the start of your power range if you are looking for performance. If you called a converter place, they will ask the same questions.
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what's it in ????

u will get suggestions if we know what veh it's in.. most likely someone has the same or similar and can steer u...
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