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Which Yank Stall To Buy?

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    Which Yank Stall To Buy?

    I have a 98' T/A, 2.73's, Lid, Filter, Cat-Back, and looking to do my first real mod. I've been reading up and decided to go with a Yank Converter due to the tight feel and overall quality of their converters. What stall should I go with? I was thinking 3200, it seems like a good mid range stall to me... Also what all will I need done along with the converter install? Also I may eventually upgrade to 3.73's... Thanks in advance for the help!

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    the 3200 is a good stall. with a stall, youll need a shift kit and a trans oil cooler. a converter tune would also be a plus.


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    I had a Yank 3000 stall and the quality is good but at least on mine it seemed like the stall was rated higher than it really was. I personally would say go with like a 3400 to 3600 stall. Might be slightly high if you just want a little more out of your car but I hate to see you spend the money and then have to go and do it again.

    The advice about a tranny cooler is VERY good!!! Make absolutly sure you install a cooler. The coolers are fairly cheap at around 50 to 75 depending on manufacturer. The Trans-Go shift kit is one of the most popular and is good quality and those go for around 100 maybe a little more or less depending on where you get it.
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    trans cooler is a MUST HAVE if not say bye-bye to the trans
    also get good fittings and stainless steel braided lines (or have hard lines made)
    rubber lines are a serous chance... have one blow and not realize it and no more go for you

    shift kit is not neccessary... depends on preference...
    personally i believe in doing with out then doing the shift kit later if you feel its neccessary

    or wait it out and have the entire trans beefed up when its neccessary

    torque managment will need to be removed too...
    and do ALOT of reading pertaining to allowing someone to adjust your line pressure... too much and again... bye-bye tranny


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    Thanks fellas for the advice and info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert View Post
    Smart call to do the converter before the gears.
    Why is it smarter to do converter before gears?

    I just ordered my SS3600 and I have 3:73s Yank said there gonna work great together so if you go 3:73s(I would) go with at least the 3600ss.

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    I did Yank ST3500, 3.42 gears, hayden tranny cooler and a tune. Car acts like its stock but going from a dig or whenever the car is a beast.

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