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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-24-05, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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stall test??

how can you tell if you have a hi stall tc without running the engine?

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Re: stall test??

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how can you tell if you have a hi stall tc without running the engine?
If it is the std size convertor, chances are it is not a high stall.
If it is say 10 inches in diam, it could be 2500-3500 stall.
If it is 8 inches, it could be 3800-5000??
Just a very rough guide to a nearly impossible question.

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Re: stall test??

As above you can't but the size of it will tell the story.

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Re: stall test??

cheers guys i had a rough idea it was something to do with size
so what size is std? (c4)
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11" from memory

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