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hi guys,
i have a c10 auto with some sort of a shift kit on it, and i was wondering about the advantages that a high stall kit would make.
also, are they expensive/hard to put on????
 

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XTREME said:
hi guys,
i have a c10 auto with some sort of a shift kit on it, and i was wondering about the advantages that a high stall kit would make.
also, are they expensive/hard to put on????

A high-stall is a modified torque convertor. To get one you simply buy a histall convertor and replace your stock torque convertor with it. You have to match the histall to your cam and your diff ratio. Generally speaking most street cars run around a 2500rpm histall and 3.5 gears.

I've run around on the street with a 3500rpm histall and 4.11's without issues. I now run a 4500rpm histall with the 4.11's though. I run a largish camshaft.

Histall convertors have nothing to do with shift kits. They are totally different parts.

Brenden
 

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thanks, ill have to look in2 getting one that'll suit
 
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