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Post by SSTOOLMAN on Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:27 am

Looking for a decent 2800 stall converter. Any suggestions/favorite brands  for the money?
355 ci  375 hp 392 torque (dinoed crate motor) turbo 400, 308 possi
(motor builder recomended a 2800 stall)
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Post by 77mali on Wed Oct 30, 2013 11:35 am

Check TCI & B&M. They have nice ones for around $350. Call them (or anyone you choose to buy from) & discuss your engine spec's before you order one.
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Post by Wallyuph on Wed Oct 30, 2013 12:30 pm

I like ProTorque. I have one in my 56 Chevy that I put in year 2000. I also have one in my 73 Malibu. You give them your specs and they ask you want you want it to do like "shred the tires or ET times" Then they build it to what your needs are. I have not had in problems in 14 years with mine. Not cheap but if they last its worth it.
Here is link to FAQ
http://www.protorque.com/torque-converter-faq.html#2
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Post by prostreet75 on Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:02 pm

I've had good luck with B&M and Continental Converters. www.ctconverters.com
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Post by dynchel on Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:48 pm

When I had my trans "built" back in the late '90's they installed a Coan converter because they said it was the best.  Idk if that's fact or opinion though.
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Post by SSTOOLMAN on Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:33 pm

I have a friend who recomended an Art Carr 3200 stall he has on the shelf that was  in his Camaro for 1 month before he went to a 4000, you should see or should I say feel this car.  580hp 427, big cam, old school "It shakes the very ground"
Thanks guys, I will look at the brands you have suggested.
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