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to stall or not to stall that is the question

This is a discussion on to stall or not to stall that is the question within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; so I guess ive got 2.73, what would I need for 3.73 :O...

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    so I guess ive got 2.73, what would I need for 3.73 :O

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    The stall should go with the powerband of your camshaft. I have a 3500 rpm stall and when I launch it off the line, I am in my powerband for my camshaft. Gears will give you better 1/4 mile times and 60' times. If your running a stock cam, I would go with a stall converter. Go to fuddle's website and they have a calculator where it will tell you what stall you need for your camshaft.

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