3200 stall on my 96gt

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by justinschmidt1, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. justinschmidt1

    justinschmidt1 Legend

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    curious to how much of an improvement i will see with a 3200 stall? how exactly does a stall work? Is the only differance i will see gonna be when I hold the break and rev it it will rev higher?...any other things I will see?... Ive heard to expect like .5 improvement from it.
     
  2. DropTopPony

    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    3200 is good but it all depends on your goals with the car...i've heard guys at the track say nothing under 4000rpm stall for N/A applications :eek:

    you will feel the car pulling harder and putting you back in your seat...its a great mod for an auto...
    www.bc-automotive.com is where i'm getting my new one from.
     
  3. FASTANG

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    I have a 3000 stall and I love it. I will describe it the best I can w/o
    reading everything in this link http://auto.howstuffworks.com/torque-converter1.htm
    It feels a little soft off idle if you are just driving it normally; but if you
    floor it, hold on cause it puts you in the power band immediately. Also,
    if you install a converter, don't forget to install the largest trans cooler
    you can fit where you will be mounting it. It creates more heat, and
    that is the #1 killer of auto transmission.

    I really like my combo - Trans-go shift kit, 3000 stall, trans cooler and tune
    (to change the shift points) but I do not know it is the same since you are
    a modular motor and I am a pushrod. Just my $.02.