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Yank Stealth 2800 Question.

This is a discussion on Yank Stealth 2800 Question. within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Originally Posted by strapp Cool, what brand converter? tci streetfighter. 3000 rpm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by strapp
    Cool, what brand converter?
    tci streetfighter. 3000 rpm
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    i mean the tci in my car really drives like stock.
    to a non gearhead, they wouldnt even know im stalled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    i have a 3000 rpm t/c and should of went bigger.
    i lost about half a second at the 1/4
    I was looking at getting a 3000 stall 2.0 str for my daily driver, does this mean I'll lose .5 in the quarter mile with that set up??? I guess I'm kinda confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBATCAR
    I was looking at getting a 3000 stall 2.0 str for my daily driver, does this mean I'll lose .5 in the quarter mile with that set up??? I guess I'm kinda confused
    Provided you can hook up

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    Quote Originally Posted by strapp
    I am looking at putting a Stealth 2800 converter in my daily driver 04 GTO. What can I expect to drop off my 1/4 times? Getting a great deal on the converter, so a larger stall is not an option.
    Why are you getting such a good deal on the converter? Is a friend selling it? Has he realized like so many others that it is not enough and is going to a bigger stall?

    Pulling the tranny to swap converters isn't all that hard, but it's no picnic either. I think everyone is trying to tell you:
    • you won't notice the stall much in a daily driver

    • you won't get the benefits that a 3200+ stall will give you (with traction)

    • you will find that the gains are enough to make you realize more is better

    • to get a better stall later, you'll either have to: a) do the R&R again or b) pay for the labor again


    Lastly, $90 is a good deal for a 5000 mile coverter that cost $600 new. Are you sure it's in good condition? See the last list item.

    This forum is a great way to share information, some of which can save you time and money on parts that won't quite get you where you want to go. Of all the previous posts, I've not seen anyone who has already installed a converter comment that you'll be ok/happy with only 2800.

    Whichever you decide - good luck!
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