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Old 02-11-2007, 09:17 PM
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stall converter or no

stock 305 with an edelbrock rpm performer intake and a edelbrock carb. would it be a good idea to put a stall converter and what size whith this app. yes i know its a 305 but lets see what we can get out of it. Keep in mind that i drive it every day for work.

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Well the stall is mainly determined by the torque of the engine. So if you get a 2500 stall it may only stall out to 2000. It will still help a little if you want that little extra at launch. Also with the 305 you could get away with running the value line B&M torkmaster or the hughes street.
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While this ... IS ... a general rodding type of question ... IMHO ... as Moderator I am moving it to the transmission area ... more views and for more responses ... from transmission types ...

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A bit more info please, vehicle weight, gearing, tyre height, trans type and engine mods.
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