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Old 09-09-2013, 07:47 AM   #1
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I was going to go 5 speed and decided to keep the automatic but I want to put a converter in.. what do yous think I should go with for the strip but yet still good for the street.. what size converter and what for stall should I get
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I was going to go 5 speed and decided to keep the automatic but I want to put a converter in.. what do yous think I should go with for the strip but yet still good for the street.. what size converter and what for stall should I get
Go with 3200 and a trans brake to get 100% of that torque , but yeah I say 3200.
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Trans brake lol not ready for that lol just looking to get out of the hole a little better
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Trans brake lol not ready for that lol just looking to get out of the hole a little better
3200-3600 should be fine and not hurt you too bad on the street
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I didn't know if that was to high or not cause I do drive it on the street more then I go to the track

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What trans would I have in my car by the way
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I didn't know if that was to high or not cause I do drive it on the street more then I go to the track

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What trans would I have in my car by the way
Get a stall and do the "J mod". Your car will feel like a completely different animal. You should have a 4r70w tranny.
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I hate high stall converters. It was the reason I sold my last car. Maybe rethink going 5-speed? But definitely get some big rear gears to help it out.

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I have 4.10s already what's the jmod
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I have 4.10s already what's the jmod
The guy who designed the transmission for Ford came up with a way to get alittle more performance out of it. Its very easy and cheap to do. If you google it, you'll find tons of info about it.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:43 AM   #10
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I'll def check that out.. I have a shift pack in it and then the tuner helps too the trans shifts and works awesome already just thought a converter was the next step to gain a little
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I'll def check that out.. I have a shift pack in it and then the tuner helps too the trans shifts and works awesome already just thought a converter was the next step to gain a little
Well of you already have a shift pack in it, you don't really need to do the J mod. The way you were talking, it sounded like you were bone stock. But sonce your not, a stall would be the next thing to do.
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You should be fine with a 3200 on the street. I'd go 3200 pi stall.
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I have a precision industries 3200 and a 4.10
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Your boosting aren't you mzilla I eventually would like to be doing that too but I guess then I hear I shouldn't run 4.10
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I have a precision industries 3200 and a 4.10
Exactly what im talking about
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Yes I'm I'm supercharged and a 4.10 is perfect if you have sticky tires
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I have a precision industries 3200 and a 4.10
Which trans would I have the 4r70w or the 75
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Which trans would I have the 4r70w or the 75
What year? Early is 70, late is 75.
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What year? Early is 70, late is 75.
Only the 2004 had the 4r75w
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Only the 2004 had the 4r75w
Sorry this is off topic but im in love with your car... Especially after that idling video! OP 3200 pi converter is what you are wanting.
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