Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88
You won't like it near as much as a 4.10 gear.
The 3.27 gears makes a stall feel much more slushy at small throttle inputs.
The dynoing effect is more noticable as the converter is loaded harder
and you are "on the converter" ( converter operating in stall mode for a longer time
as you accelerate. )
The 292 neads a 3500-4500 245MM lock up stall and 4.10's at last.
Perfect, that's what I wanted to know, car has a 268 in it now, and a "vette" converter ....not sure what a vette converter offers over a standard one but......it also has ported 920's on it and a performer, with a qjet, does have a good rods, and forged flat tops, kinda sounds like it needs heads and a performer rpm to me.