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Old 04-04-2006, 09:14 AM
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TH400 Stock Stall

Does anyone know what the stock stall convertor is rated at in a th 400?

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Old 04-04-2006, 10:27 AM
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stall speed

A stock THM 400 converter is about 1500-1600 around that
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the converters behind the high performance engines used a higher stall near 1800-2000 RPM.
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Yes I would use a 2000 stall on the street I can get these if you need one
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Yes I would use a 2000 stall on the street I can get these if you need one
. . . AND, so can everyone else who has the money to go to the local speed shop, or parts counter, or online speed shops.

This looks an awful lot like a solicitation for a possible monetary gain on your part, not exactly advertising, but not simply giving good advice either.

This is a borderline NO-NO on Hotrodders.com.
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SO SORRY didnot mean to offend you It does take money to play, I was just trying to make it hurt alittle less
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SO SORRY didnot mean to offend you It does take money to play, I was just trying to make it hurt alittle less
There is no offense taken, it is a violation of the forum rules setup by Jon (admin guy).

If you wish to offer parts or services to fellow members please use the PM system on this board.
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No problem crosley just here to help have a good day
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Since it was NOT an outright advertisement or subject meant more for the Classifieds forum here on the board, I left it here, BUT it IS borderline and I was asked to give a real close look at it, maybe edit it, and possibly send a PM. I seen little need to change or PM, when a comment would suffice.

NOW, if you would have contacted another member via PM and worked out a price and sold something there, we have absolutely NO rules against this.
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Old 04-07-2006, 06:31 AM
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No problem M&M I will not do that again
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