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Old 08-24-2005, 06:44 PM
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need input on what stall speed converter to install, 73 corvette,3400 lbs,350 engine,bored 30 over, 11-1 pistons,roller rockers,street cam,original factory heads,eldebrock performer intake, eldebrock 650 thunder series carb,th400 trans with shift kit, 4:11 rear. will be driving on the street. not really sure of cam lift & duration. when engine was rebuilt i said i wanted a cam with mild lope when idiling. been told at ramchargers a 2400 stall, told at tci converters a 3000 stall. i will be driving car on the street. 202 camel heads

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11.1 compression, factory heads, 4.11 gears and no Idea about cam size. Sounds like several mismatched parts. I would say a 3000 would be too big. I would say 2500 thats just a guess.
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The heads are bit old tech for modern engines, they will not hurt anything.

the cam specs are more important for torque converter selection
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