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This is a discussion on Stall within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; im looking to purchase a stall in the near future. what brand would give me the best bang for my ...

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    im looking to purchase a stall in the near future. what brand would give me the best bang for my buck and what size stall should i go for if the car is my daily driver?

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    Before I got my TCI and went to 3400 I used a Yank 3000 and it was very nice. As far as daily driving you could tell there was a stall but it was a very efficient converter so the car would still move without having to truely rev to 3K rpm but at the track you really could tell the difference. Yank are not cheap though. I am just trying the TCI as I have heard they are good but besides going to a higher stall there was no bad reason for me taking out the Yank. Make sure though to get a trans cooler if you put a higer stall in there!!! Fuddle has also made some good impressions.
    98 T/A: HPE 5.3 Heads, 238/242 113 cam, Kooks 1 7/8 stepped LT headers, Custom Y pipe, Cut out, Borla, NW 90MM TB, FAST 90MM Intake, TB Bypass, Under Drive Power steering and Crank, 150 Dry NOS, Yella Terra rockers, 3400 TC, HPE tuning,

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