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    Stall speed?

    Does anyone know the factory stall speed for the 4l60e in a '01 camaro z28

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    Stall Speed for 01 Z28

    I believe the stall speed for the 4l60E in a 01 Camaro Z-28 is 1700. I've heard from several people if you go higher than 2500 Stall, you're car will feel like it's slipping. Also a Trans. cooler should always be installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottcamaross View Post
    I've heard from several people if you go higher than 2500 Stall, you're car will feel like it's slipping.

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    Above is incorrect. I have a 3000 stall and it doesnt feel much different than a stocker
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    Probably a TCI converter then Those things are notoriously tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Probably a TCI converter then Those things are notoriously tight.
    yup, streetfighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    Above is incorrect. I have a 3000 stall and it doesnt feel much different than a stocker
    what duration cam are you running with that stall

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    Quote Originally Posted by z28llr View Post
    what duration cam are you running with that stall
    224/224 581/581 114 lsa

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    Stock stall is rated @ 1650 RPM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    yup, streetfighter.
    LOL, not a bad guess eh?? I have ran a few TCI converters and a transmission as well in the past. Had a bad experience with the trans I won't get into,,,and the converters always seemed a little too tight for what I wanted to do. Came to find out I wasn't the only one. So I steer away from TCI now. Converters aren't terrible though if you can get away with a tight one.

    Probably works well with your combo since you have a cam with minimal duration and the lobes are spread out to 114,,,that really helps to smooth things out a bit and tames the converter requirement down considerably.
    My wifes car has slightly less duration than yours,,but the lobe sep is tightened to 112,,although a 6 speed,,,I could get away with a stock stall with this cam if I wanted to,,,I have it tuned now to the point where it sounds like a stocker,,,baby smooth. Sorry to get off subject, just interesting stuff to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    LOL, not a bad guess eh?? I have ran a few TCI converters and a transmission as well in the past. Had a bad experience with the trans I won't get into,,,and the converters always seemed a little too tight for what I wanted to do. Came to find out I wasn't the only one. So I steer away from TCI now. Converters aren't terrible though if you can get away with a tight one.

    Probably works well with your combo since you have a cam with minimal duration and the lobes are spread out to 114,,,that really helps to smooth things out a bit and tames the converter requirement down considerably.
    My wifes car has slightly less duration than yours,,but the lobe sep is tightened to 112,,although a 6 speed,,,I could get away with a stock stall with this cam if I wanted to,,,I have it tuned now to the point where it sounds like a stocker,,,baby smooth. Sorry to get off subject, just interesting stuff to me.
    ive had nothing but good luck with tci converters.
    the stall with the cam i have work very well as a combo.
    i had the stall first and i was really happy with the performance, but when i added the cam, wow

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