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What size stall should I get......

This is a discussion on What size stall should I get...... within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 no problem...make sure you let me know what you think whenever it gets put in and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 View Post
    no problem...make sure you let me know what you think whenever it gets put in and tuned
    So I will definatly need a tune with the ss3600 stall correct.........?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
    So I will definatly need a tune with the ss3600 stall correct.........?
    I would say yes but not 100%

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    I didn't think i needed a tune at first, but was very happy after I got the tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    yank ss 3600...end of thread
    anybody know how to get it?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 View Post
    yank ss 3600 isn't too high for street use??? talk to my mechanic and thats what he said...he recommend me the YANK SUPER STOCK 3200 LS1 and, he said still kinda high for stock cars with a cat and air box???? any opinions???

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    Max. effort (bias to track) stock LS1 = 4000
    Performance stock LS1 (bias to street) = 3000

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNR-0 View Post
    Max. effort (bias to track) stock LS1 = 4000
    Performance stock LS1 (bias to street) = 3000
    ooook sooo yank ss 3600 or super stock 3200??? for my car thanks!!!!

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    3600 without a doubt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johns00Z28 View Post
    3600 without a doubt!
    +1 I agree.....i have a 3,000 in my goat and it feels completely stock till get on it from a dead stop......next year I'll probably go with a 3,600

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOMASINO View Post
    yank ss 3600 isn't too high for street use??? talk to my mechanic and thats what he said...he recommend me the YANK SUPER STOCK 3200 LS1 and, he said still kinda high for stock cars with a cat and air box???? any opinions???

    Don't worry about it, I got bolt-ons and I wish I would of went with the SS4000 instead of the SS3600

    As long as you have a good tuner, it's NOT an issue at all running a high stall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    yank ss 3600...end of thread
    I second that. I love mine. Yank all the way.

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    what is the difference,performance wise,with a 3 disc torque converter vs. a regular single disc torque converter?is it worth the extra 200 dollars for a mild dd(slp lid,long tubes,off road y-pipe,magnaflow muffler,k&n filter and a pcm tune)

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    I'm pretty sure a multi-disk will be a bit stronger, I think you can make them lock going down the 1/4 mile as well. Supposedly that feels great and can gain a .1 or .2.

    I'm really not sure though

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    I would also check out Circle D converters as thats what I have...Just stay away from fuddle by all means...Yank, Cricle D, Vig <---- any of those between a 3200-3800 would do just fine.

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    I'm another on for the Yank SS 3600, that's what I have on my bolt on car and love it

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    We were talking converters at work today with a old school racer. When he heard 3600 stall, his eyes widened and he said there is no way you can run that in a almost stock, street car. I gave up arguing with him about how converters today are a LOT more efficient than the crap he ran back in the day.

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    You can run whatever stall you want. Ive run a 5500 in a 383 stroker and it was fine on the street. You just gotta get the right converter for the job.

    In saying that, an otherwise stock car purely for street use, I would go a 3200 over a 3600 any day. If you are into track times then by all means step up to a 4000 and give the 3600 a miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNR-0 View Post
    You can run whatever stall you want. Ive run a 5500 in a 383 stroker and it was fine on the street. You just gotta get the right converter for the job.

    In saying that, an otherwise stock car purely for street use, I would go a 3200 over a 3600 any day. If you are into track times then by all means step up to a 4000 and give the 3600 a miss.
    I'd steer more towards the 3,600 instead of the 4,000 just because the 4,000 puts you so far up into the power band (unless you have a super big cam) it will hit so hard on launch you'll either have traction problems or be breaking parts if the tires bite......just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKB315 View Post
    We were talking converters at work today with a old school racer. When he heard 3600 stall, his eyes widened and he said there is no way you can run that in a almost stock, street car. I gave up arguing with him about how converters today are a LOT more efficient than the crap he ran back in the day.
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    I happily drove it like that for awhile before I did the heads/ cam

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