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This is a discussion on Yank ss3200 within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I am finally ordering my converter I have it down to Yank SS3200 with a B&M 19000 trans cooler My ...

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    I am finally ordering my converter I have it down to Yank SS3200 with a B&M 19000 trans cooler
    My car is basically stock only has an axle back exhaut and a Lid ram air hood by TruFiber and MSD plugs and wires with 2:73 gears It will likely stay that way I just want it a little more fun to drive

    I just want to make sure it is still fun to drive atound town and feel stock until I push hard on it. Am I going to like it as a dd after this upgrade?

    What do they mean by 1 converter being looser than another?

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    If it was me even for stock everything else I'd go 3,600-3,800 stall

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    If it was me even for stock everything else I'd go 3,600-3,800 stall
    Why is that ? I just want to wake it up a little?

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    It will get you a hair higher into your power band and still feel pretty stock while just driving around. Plus if you ever decide to put a small cam in you will be setup for it...don't forget you will want to get a tune for the stall too

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    3600+ period

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    3600+ period
    Yes I agree.

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    I had the SS3600 with all the mods you have, then I upgraded to the SS4000.

    So go with the 3600 at least. Talk to yank, they have a sale now!

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    I was afraid to go too big at first so I went with a 2,800 stall...I soon after pulled it out and went with a 4,000. Lol just trying to save you from going too small and regreting it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    It will get you a hair higher into your power band and still feel pretty stock while just driving around. Plus if you ever decide to put a small cam in you will be setup for it...don't forget you will want to get a tune for the stall too
    Thank you Yes I'm talking to Steve at Frost tuning right now I'm getting ready to take the PCM out and ship it up! I appreciate your recommendation
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    I was afraid to go too big at first so I went with a 2,800 stall...I soon after pulled it out and went with a 4,000. Lol just trying to save you from going too small and regreting it too
    Cool well the SS3200 is ordered now so I guess next year a Cam and LCA PHB sway bar and Koni shocks adjustable lol The never ending money pit lol and the funny part is that I'm having a lot of fun doing it :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durango View Post
    Cool well the SS3200 is ordered now so I guess next year a Cam and LCA PHB sway bar and Koni shocks adjustable lol The never ending money pit lol and the funny part is that I'm having a lot of fun doing it :-)
    The only down side with going with that size stall is that will limit the size of the cam you are going to be able to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Sweet View Post
    The only down side with going with that size stall is that will limit the size of the cam you are going to be able to get.
    he didnt listen but i bet within 2 years he will be getting a higher stall

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    Lol that's the only problem with having kids, old house and long hours at work...I never have enough time to "enjoy" the garage here lately

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    he didnt listen but i bet within 2 years he will be getting a higher stall
    I have a SS4000 and I am thinking I should have went with the 4400....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Sweet View Post
    I have a SS4000 and I am thinking I should have went with the 4400....
    i agree

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    Some of these stalls drive looser than others, depending on the manufacture and the STR rating.
    I've driven loose 3200's and tight 3800's.


    It's quite possible Durango may very well be happy with a 3200. Especially since he has 2.73 gears in the car, which works the converter harder and makes it feel looser anyway. If he has no intention of changing the rear gear soon, this may be the ticket for him. To much converter with not enough rear gear creates excessive tranny heat as well, more so than a well matched setup would.
    I've run a 3400 in mine for a few years now along with the 3.23 gears, I find it perfect for a daily driver as well as fun at the track. I have no intentions of going bigger on the converter or the gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Some of these stalls drive looser than others, depending on the manufacture and the STR rating.
    I've driven loose 3200's and tight 3800's.


    It's quite possible Durango may very well be happy with a 3200. Especially since he has 2.73 gears in the car, which works the converter harder and makes it feel looser anyway. If he has no intention of changing the rear gear soon, this may be the ticket for him. To much converter with not enough rear gear creates excessive tranny heat as well, more so than a well matched setup would.
    I've run a 3400 in mine for a few years now along with the 3.23 gears, I find it perfect for a daily driver as well as fun at the track. I have no intentions of going bigger on the converter or the gear.
    That's what i'm getting, 3200 or 3400. One of these days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Some of these stalls drive looser than others, depending on the manufacture and the STR rating.
    I've driven loose 3200's and tight 3800's.


    It's quite possible Durango may very well be happy with a 3200. Especially since he has 2.73 gears in the car, which works the converter harder and makes it feel looser anyway. If he has no intention of changing the rear gear soon, this may be the ticket for him. To much converter with not enough rear gear creates excessive tranny heat as well, more so than a well matched setup would.
    I've run a 3400 in mine for a few years now along with the 3.23 gears, I find it perfect for a daily driver as well as fun at the track. I have no intentions of going bigger on the converter or the gear.

    I'm seeing soe bad reviews on Yank converters and people saying they are switching to Vigilante an truth to that or just talk???????????????

    Thanks for the support!!!! It was Mike at Yank that recommended the SS3200 and he said to go with 3:42 gears if I want to change gears and I think he said a 228 cam. Remember it' a daily diver I want to have fun with I go maybe twice a yer at the track and do like 5 runs each time

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    Ive got a FTI 3600 going in next week in a cammed GTO. Running the stock 3.46 gears---should be alot of fun from what ive heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianGoat View Post
    Ive got a FTI 3600 going in next week in a cammed GTO. Running the stock 3.46 gears---should be alot of fun from what ive heard.
    I can't wait to get my car out with all the mods it should be fun In TO you guys have a lot less snow than in NB I tell ya I bought my car in about 30 min from Niagara falls :-) with 58000km

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