Originally Posted by Racer
The video wont work for me, but when you say it loads up on the brake, what do you mean? Do you mean when its braked, or when its launched?
You definately have a problem. A CHI headed Cleveland weapon on slicks with such a high stall should be 60 footing in 1.5's minimum.
It should work as Nick only encoded it as WMV which is windows media player. What I mean by "loads up" is like putting a 750dp holley on a bog stock V8. You put your foot down and the fire wants to go out instead of screaming to life. It just fuels up.
Crochunter :the stall is a 9 or 9.5" 5200rpm stall designed to behind a blown engine. The stall came from behind a blown 400 ford F100. Behind my N/A engine it only stalls to 3300rpm on a transbrake and 2600rpm on the footbrake. I spoke with TCE before using the convertor they weren't sure of how many rpm it'd stall to but said it should see 4000-4500rpm. Which it hasn't. I've spoke with TCE again yesterday. They said minimum stall for my engine using a glide is 4800rpm and 5000rpm suited the setup. Since I'm not really after comprimise so I'll get a 5000rpm stall.
This is how is works in regards to a glide conversion and use from a 3spd box. What ever convertor you used you need to add an extra 500rpm roughly for it to work the same or better.
The box is an exact copy of a Raceglides box. It was built by KB autos in Berwick. The box came from a 10sec F100 truck before being fitted to my car. The owners going full race 460+CI with a lenco. I bought a few parts of his driveline.