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Old 03-30-2012, 07:35 PM   #36
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That sucks....
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Old 03-30-2012, 07:41 PM   #37
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Tranny shop said its converter...
I was afraid that might be the case.
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Converter death rattle..... RIP torque converter. Now would be the best time to do a stall though.
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Converter death rattle..... RIP torque converter. Now would be the best time to do a stall though.
Still my dd, I wish I could plus I'm broke...won't be able to put it on shop for a week.then a nother week to get it back from being fixed
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Don't need a huge stall and you cam get a step up from stock for about the same price as the replacement
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Don't need a huge stall and you cam get a step up from stock for about the same price as the replacement
Where??
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Whatever it takes transmission parts. I'll pm you the details
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Will I need anew tune or anything? ?
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Will I need anew tune or anything? ?
Possibly not sure
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Possibly not sure
I'm not sure either if you only go a little more than stock.but adjusting the shift points via tune will help take advantage of the stall.
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I'm not sure either if you only go a little more than stock.but adjusting the shift points via tune will help take advantage of the stall.
+1 This would likely be the best scenario.


Ask a qualified transmission expert to be sure, but I would think that as particular as the 94-95 Mustang's ECUs are that a tune might be the best or possibly only way to take advantage of any additional stall speed.


These guys will probably know what's best.
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+1 This would likely be the best scenario.

Ask a qualified transmission expert to be sure, but I would think that as particular as the 94-95 Mustang's ECUs are that a tune might be the best or possibly only way to take advantage of any additional stall speed.

These guys will probably know what's best.
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I'm not sure either if you only go a little more than stock.but adjusting the shift points via tune will help take advantage of the stall.
Allready have a chip that adjusted shift points and stiffness
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Allready have a chip that adjusted shift points and stiffness
If you install a higher speed stall converter it may need to be reburned.
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If you install a higher speed stall converter it may need to be reburned.
Damn ( , ,)
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