|07-05-2004 01:33 AM|
|lluciano77||Get a converter with around 2,200 to 2,400 stall. Anything more and the converter will pass up some of your useful torque curve. Remember, a converter doesn't get full lock up until it reaches its approximate RPM range. Anything below that it will be slipping. It is like halfway engaging a manual clutch.|
|07-05-2004 12:58 AM|
|dion||I'm running a 2700-3000 stall with my 350 with a .550 lift cam, I love it, great launches but killerformula is correct, 2500 will be good enough for your set up.|
|07-04-2004 10:35 PM|
People are going to tell you to run a 3000 stall. Don't.
2500 is plenty for what you've got, you could even go with a 22-2400.
|07-04-2004 09:38 PM|
|joe brienza||cam is 525 lift intake and exhaust duration is 218 intake 228 exhaust @ 50. it is the hot cam from gm.|
|07-04-2004 10:34 AM|
|firechicken383||What are the cam specs and CR. We need to know since convertor selection involves these.|
|07-04-2004 10:11 AM|
Which stall speed converter?
I am building a zz430 clone for my 68 camaro. It has 350 trans. & 3.73 posi rear. Which stall speed converter do I go with? Is this a good choice of engine set up?