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Old 05-05-2006, 09:10 PM   #1
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Well guys. I was given the offer of buying a Precision Industries 3000 stall Stallion torque converter with 200 miles on it for $550 shipped.

It does have the lock up feature that I feel is a neccesity for a daily driver, BUT it is not a multi disc 3 plate design...

The seller said he had never heard of anyone using a multi disc on a 3.8, but that's all I've heard recommended....it's a good price for a PI, but I don't know about only being a single plate...

What's the verdict guys?
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Answer me ya bastages!
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Re: Torque converter

Check with the manufacturer and see what they can handle. Youd be suprised at how sturdy some tq converters can be.
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Re: Torque converter

Looking at your sig youmight be able to get away with the single disk.
If it were me I would get a multi disk. General rule of thumb power adder go with a mulit.

I will be upgrading from a single to a multi later this year.
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So I should let it go and get a multi disc?
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That is up to you.

It's a good price on it.
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