Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Tyler, TX
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They have no hope of getting the stall RPM correct w/o a dyno sheet from your truck.
The stall RPM of a converter is VERY much dependant on the Tq of the engine and the specific RPM of that Tq. If you increase Tq, you WILL increase the stall RPM.
'93 F-250 HD, 7.3L IDI, 5spd - FARM TRUCK
I Support: Trailer brakes an every axle over the towing vehicle's GVW; CDLs for RVers; Safety inspections for ALL vehicles and 6 axle trucks (97K GVW proposal).
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