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12-04-2002 06:01 PM
ss crazy If it's a daily driver I wouldn't go any bigger 2200 is plenty for a good launch on the street. Also if your cam is matched to your current stall I wouldn't fool with it. Because it's no fun trying to drive a wild street beast in rainy or bad weather with a 3000 or better stall!!
12-04-2002 07:52 AM
slap shifter??

Any one know of the best slap shifter for a th350. It is goin in a chevelle. Also wondering if anyone has put a slap shifter in recently and wondering if it is fairly easy to make the new linkage?? Also i have a 2200 stall in it now, it is a daily driver but also i like to drag with my friends, should i go with a bigger one. the motor is a 327.

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