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06-04-2005 01:44 PM
sedan delivery
lock up

the lock up kit lets the trans lock up the converter automatically, without the use of a computer. when the converter is locked up it is a solid connection between the flywheel and the drive shaft .. just like a manual transmission. the stall part of the converter is only in non lock up .
05-06-2005 11:10 PM
700 r4 and lockup

quick question

my 700 r4 has the full manual reverse valve body from TCI and the tci computerless lockup. is there a difference between stall and lockup on these.. my converter is a 2800 stall so does that mean driving down the highway in 4th the converter will not lock up or is that when the lockup kit comes into play.

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