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Old 08-27-2011, 08:50 AM
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TC for 5R110 2006 6.0

I have 187,000 mile on my 6.0. I have the mods in my sig, and will be rebuilding tranny once I put 190cc's in! I am going suncoast, with a billet input, and intermediate shafts, and the ironpac#3 kit. As for the Torque Converter, what should I get the stall at? also I believe there are other options I have for the TC, any help would be great! I don't tow very much, and when I do, it's not too heavy (5,000~8,000lbs)
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From what I've heard all the suncoast converters stall at the same RPM, I would just go with the stock stall
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i just got a 2000 stall for my truck, but it isn't in the truck yet. I was told to go with this stall speed because of my HP. Stock stall is 1800...and seeing as you will be going with a set of 190's and have the powermax....i'd go with the 2000 stall converter.
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i just got a 2000 stall for my truck, but it isn't in the truck yet. I was told to go with this stall speed because of my HP. Stock stall is 1800...and seeing as you will be going with a set of 190's and have the powermax....i'd go with the 2000 stall converter.
okay great, thanks for the info, whats your hp? I'm curious to what the stall exactly does, and why I would want to choose a 2000 instead of the stock 1800
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What other TC's have the same 1,800 stock spec stall? besides the oem.
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suncoast, elite diesel, innovative. they all can have custom stall speeds if needed
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I have heard that even the high stall TCs stall close to stock no mater what the rating is. I dont think its to big of a change.
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I have heard that even the high stall TCs stall close to stock no mater what the rating is. I dont think its to big of a change.
Ok awesome, I think I'll just stay stock stall, if it doesn't make much difference. Ill see what suncoast has to say as well. Keep up the build! Looks good 06powerstroke06
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Thanks man but just because I read it on the Internet doesn't mean it's true. Lol but I was Shawn elerton who said it.
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