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    Lock up or non lock up?

    Torque converters that are lock up are for street/strip use and non lock up are for drag racing right?

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    If you plan on driving on the street and get any milage, Go with the lock-up.

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    go with lock up

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    Lock up is nearly a nessesity and I would see no reason not to have lockup , It does not affect performance and keps the transmissions cooler and gives better normal driving efficency , DEFINATLY LOCKUP
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    I agree lockup is the way to go especially with a street/strip car.
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