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Old 06-28-2014, 01:28 PM
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TC stall ?

Alright guys i rebuilt my E4oD about 12,000 miles ago. Im at about 400 HP,and after i get into the pedal and go through a couple gears..(on 100hp tune) and then slow down, the Tc starts whining and the trucks rpms go lowers than normal. I know i need a TC im goin to go with a triple disc and billet cover from ARI industries. i Just wanted to know what the best stall speed for me would be... i only tow a couple times a year and the trucks a daily driver. let me know what you think guys, id appreciate it, thanks
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1200 or so.

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you think so? will i have better launch? what are the benifits to a low stall speed.
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Old 06-29-2014, 10:40 AM
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Do you strictly drag race your truck?

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i never drag race my truck haha, unless its at a stop light and Cummins or ricer is lookin to get spanked. haha i was thinkin low stall.
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:thumbup: Then I would definitely stay close to factory stall. If your interested I carry AFE billet TC's that are lifetime guarantee and rated for up to 1000hp. Email me if your interested.
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I appreciate the help HUcorey i was lookin at a few triple disc billet cover remans for about 500 bucks i wish i was able to afford one of them good AFE or Banks TC's, but in the last month i got about 2 grand in turbo and HPO upgrades, i guess TC would have been fine if i stayed around 350Horse.
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Old 06-30-2014, 05:12 AM
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What HP are at? It really doesn't matter to me who you buy from, but if your over 4-500 HP at the wheels you may regret not spending the extra money for a good one while its apart.

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well i would say on my 100hp baby swamp tune im at around 415 to the wheels.
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maybe more.....man i would love to dyno my truck
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