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Old 04-28-2014, 10:59 PM   #1
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Drag shocks and struts vs high stall torque converter

So should I get some drag struts and shocks first or should I save up the other 100 bucks and get the high stall tourqe converter.
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You're going to need both to get max benefit. I'd do the suspension first and just foot brake the stock converter as best you can until you can do the stall. What converter are you looking at btw? Because a good one is going to be $600-$1200 depending on where you buy from. Freakshow is on the budget end but makes really good converters while PI is going to be at the top and is one of the most trusted/well known stall converter manufacturers out there. 9/10 track cars will have purple PI converters in them.
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Since I'm changing these should I just throw my stock springs back on?
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Stock springs will be a lot better at the track compared to your cobra jets. The cobra jet springs suck

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