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Stall Convertors

Does anyone have higher rpm stall convertor fitted to a four speed auto? I have a EF Fairmont that is really slow off the line, would a different stall convertor help get my times down from 16.3? If so what type should I get (i was told a non lockup?) and what rpm would be most suitable?

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Re: Stall Convertors

I do. Can't recall if it helped my launch times, so I'm not really much help to ya.
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Re: Stall Convertors

Do you know what stall speed your convertor is? How does it effect normal driving around?

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