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Old 09-01-2004, 09:17 PM   #1
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Hey guys i got offered this from edgeracingconverters.com

Depending on the application, combination and desired stall math this can be configured in our "Mild Street Edge" series with stall math as high as 2600rpm for 374.50, or the "Street Edge" series with stall math as high as 5500 RPM (your choice ) for 565.00. Both have the upgraded "high carbon" friction lock up and come with a one year warranty and our 100% money back satisfaction guarantee.

Does this seem like a cheap converter? Would you go with a PI stallion ? thans for your imput
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Old 09-01-2004, 09:20 PM   #2
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i have never bought a converter since i drive stick but its a good price i just dont know about that brand
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i have always been told to go with the stallion tq converter, thats were im going prolly. i would not go with over a 3k stall on a stock car thats for the streets.
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Edge converters are fine and all, but PI is world-renoun and everyone knows them. Edge is okay, not as good as PI. if you get the Edge, then get the street one and get a 2800 stall if you have a 99+ and a 2600 if you have a pre99
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yeah the street edge sounds good the other one is sure to make you into a gas gussler
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Old 09-02-2004, 07:15 PM   #7
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As much as I would like to help, i have no clue since I drive a stick. I think Corey would know. He should be in here soon. You can also check out his sig. That's what I would do.
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Or, i could just post it for you. I don't see a TQ converter in there anywhere, so you might need to just PM him.

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Edge converters are fine and all, but PI is world-renoun and everyone knows them. Edge is okay, not as good as PI. if you get the Edge, then get the street one and get a 2800 stall if you have a 99+ and a 2600 if you have a pre99
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How come you keep saying 2800 for a 99+?

Just wondering.
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Because they have a slightly higher redline than the single ports did. Plus with the 3.27s stock instead of the 2.73s, their peak tq is moved up slightly. Since it is a 2800 stall (which moves break stall to about 2200-2300). The SPI engines can break stall higher and then use their lower (numerically higher) gear ratio to makeup for the higher stall and lockup rpms.

EDIT: with the single port engines, you want the tq to be lower in the power band because of the 2.73s and the 40 less bhp and with the same tq, you want it on tap at all times.
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Just wondering since most of us have the 3000 on a 99+
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3000 works, but I don't like suggesting anything higher and thus 200 rpms less works well
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