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A 93% converter is pretty tight. Maybe a little too tight for a daily driver really. They work well if you're towing a lot because it will have better fluid coupling down low and keep heat down a little. For example, the Stock converter is a 72% and most A/M converters for daily drivers are 88-89%.
If you run big injectors and any kind of a laggy turbo, you'll find that smoke is hard to control down low. Also, when the converter engages going into gear, it will be quite a kick. I personally think that 93% is a bit over kill for a daily driver, and its pretty aggressive for anything other than a truck used for heavy competition. A 91% is still a little stiff, but works well with most towing applications.
I think an 88-89% would be best, just a little smoother around town, and plenty capable of holding the power you're looking to put out, with out any issues.
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