Don't waste you money with a 2400 stall. I did that and it made no difference. I went to a 3500 stall and went from a 13.4 @ 107 mph to 12.50 @ 106 mph.
Yes. A 2400rpm stall is way too low for your engine combo so a 3200rpm stall would definitely be a vast improvement. You could even go slightly higher 'cause your car is lightweight and your engine combo will be making peak TQ between 4500-5000rpm.ok cool! i was lookin into an ACC Boss Hog stall converter on Summit, 3200-3600 advertised stall speed, 10" lock up, its like $480, seems like the right one to go with...so say i go with that 3200 stall, and finish my suspension, MT tires, and get the tuner chip and everything works like it should, should i see 12's?
~12.8 @ 106My car runs [email protected] consistently right now on pony rims n street tires, no stall converter, and stock suspension ....it will be getting 2400rpm stall, TCI constant pressure valve body, aftermarket upper and lower control arms, new racing style front struts, SCT tuner chip, and MT 255/60/15 DR's on Weld draglites by spring time...lookin for a rough ET and MPH gains and estimates in the quarter mile hooking good off the line and track conditions are good.
Absolutely!!! They work very well.Those happen to be the control arms i was lookin into getting! Those work well i take it?
Awesome! I believe i'll end up buying those when the time to start buying comes!Absolutely!!! They work very well.
Sounds good man!Awesome! I believe i'll end up buying those when the time to start buying comes!