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05-30-2006 10:59 AM
jvsapp if you put in type F fluid it will shift harder. and it will still work ok. dexton/mercon 2 makes the shifts smoother.
05-30-2006 04:55 AM
6426yy Thanks for the replies,

I installed the tranny on Saturday and so far it seems to be o.k. It was used, it was in my 68 nova when I bought it. I know, someone installed the long tail shaft tranny and cut the driveshaft!! The kid told me it has a shift kit and by the looks of it, it seems to have the plate in it like the one in a Transpak kit. but it doesn't really shift that hard. It's been sitting for a few years and I installed new front and rear seals, filter and threw in some $2 conditioner. Wish me luck.
05-27-2006 10:37 AM
jvsapp
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Originally Posted by 6426yy
The TH350C is going out of my truck and I plan to install a regular Th350.
Will a 2100 stall converter work well behind a mild 350, 212/222 @ .050 435/460 lift, headers, 600 holley, aluminum intake (just standard stuff) and 3.08 gears with 28 inch tires? 4000lb truck.

I already have the converter and trans cooler just wondering if I should put them in or not.

Thanks
Jesse
man i about crapped my pants when i saw your icon and your name. i got a truck like that too and my name is jesse too... i scored a race built tranny from a parts trade, and when the trans in my truck let go, i decided that it should be able to handle being that is was built with race parts and shift kit with the same 2100 stall. it was weird driving it. if i throttled it easily off the light, it would slip and then grab(hence the stall). if i hit the throttle hard, it would grab kind of hard. hence to say, i fried that trans. all that slipping in a 4200lb truck, to begin with is a little on the danger side. and not knowing any better, i still towed and hauled things. when it started slipping really bad, i had a feeling it was going, and when it finally did, it was blowing fluid out of the front seal. limping it home was fun, smoking out the whole road.. i would think that 454's advice would be good, if you still plan to tow and haul stuff... as for me, back to a stock converter. it was nice to see what a stall does, but an expensive lesson learned.
05-27-2006 09:14 AM
BigDawgsEatFirst good move
to use the 350c tranny as a paper weight
05-27-2006 08:08 AM
454C10 It will work OK as long as you don't plan on pulling a trailer that often. You should feel the engine rev up a little more before it starts to move during more aggressive throttle input. But driving slow with light throttle, it should feel like a stock converter. You will lose about 1 or 2 mpg with the high stall converter.

I have a TCI 2000 rpm stall in my 70 C10, 454, TH400, 3.08 gear, 28 in tall tires, 4000lbs, and when pulling a 3000 lb trailer it will stall at 2800 rpm! I'm sure the 454 has an effect of the higher stall, but you see would I mean.

I recently bought a 1500 rpm stall Hughes towing converter to try and re-gain some mpg and allow towing without excessive transmission heat. But I haven't had the time to pull the transmission to install it.
05-27-2006 06:50 AM
Frisco Since you have the converter; I'd say put it in. It is not that much increase in stall over the stock converter, so don't expect any major changes.
05-27-2006 05:35 AM
6426yy
2100 stall in truck

The TH350C is going out of my truck and I plan to install a regular Th350.
Will a 2100 stall converter work well behind a mild 350, 212/222 @ .050 435/460 lift, headers, 600 holley, aluminum intake (just standard stuff) and 3.08 gears with 28 inch tires? 4000lb truck.

I already have the converter and trans cooler just wondering if I should put them in or not.

Thanks
Jesse

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