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Midwest 3400 stall,2.5 (vs ?

This is a discussion on Midwest 3400 stall,2.5 (vs ? within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Is there a better converter out there for 525.I am making around 420 rwhp,370 tq.12 bolt 3.73.01 WS6 complete BMR ...

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    Midwest 3400 stall,2.5 (vs ?

    Is there a better converter out there for 525.I am making around 420 rwhp,370 tq.12 bolt 3.73.01 WS6 complete BMR suspension.

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    i would go with tci before midwest.
    2000 nhra edition formula
    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
    11.96 @113.25

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    I have heard great things about TCI. I currently have a Yank which has been good also. Precision I have also heard good stuff about and they allow you one time for free to have it re stalled to a different spec.

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