er, 3000rpm sounds a bit high for street use, and would create a LOT of heat in your auto.
i always tell people the first thing to do when they get a car with an automatic gearbox is to fit the biggest oil cooler they can afford - the quickest way to stuff an auto is to get it hot, trust me on that one, and the higher stall you get the more heat is created.
i think a 2000-2500 stallie would be the way to go if you get a decent sized cam, but if you have the choice go lower rather than higher, unless you want a race engine specificly for a traffic light gran prix a high stallie will annoy you and use heaps of fuel.
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