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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-04-2008 07:33 PM
stickysilverbird ahh ok. some idiot mechanic told me it was the shift points. thanks
03-04-2008 06:37 PM
justold Where the trans shifts has nothing to do with stall speed .
Put the trans in gear with the brakes locked open the throttle and read your tach ,thats your stall speed .
03-04-2008 05:20 PM
stock converter stall speed?

hey guys.. does any one know the stall speed for the converter for a 1995 AODE or 4R70W ford tranny? i think its 1200 rpm but im not sure im just going by where the car shifts.. i just bought another thunderbird (this ones a supercoupe hehe) but the guy said the TQ converter was shot.. so i havent driven it yet. any help would be appreciated (as usual lol) thx again guys

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