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If you put on a TC with a lower stall speed, you'd likely burn up your tranny quicker. Power would be transmitted at a lower RPM, meaning less hp/tq is being used to create motion, so slip will occur for longer, creating more heat, burning your clutches.
I'm not a smart man on it, but that's the gist of my understanding. If I were to replace my TC, I would get aftermarket stock. One of those billet jobs I hear so many good things about. Until I change my cam (not a likely mod for my uses), the power band should remain relatively close to stock, albeit with higher numbers.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
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