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#1072125 - 09/29/21 11:59 PM Stall converter  
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johnz138 Offline
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Sterling Heights, Mi
Lookin for a new stall converter for my 200-4r. Has anyone have experience with the ck performance ones or art carr ones?
Any place still sellin the GN D5 ones?


1987 Monte Carlo SS, Lightning Rod equipped, engineless/2004-R,Holley carb, edelbrock intake, hooker headers, moog,Iceman crossmember, umi suspension, eibach springs,so much more,no computer/emissions.
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#1072140 - 10/02/21 12:54 PM Re: Stall converter [Re: johnz138]  
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Wilson Offline
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Brighton il
My transmission builder recommended a PTC converter to me and I couldn't be happier. 3200 stall and non lock up. Cruises down the road at 2500 at 65 mph with a 3.89 rear gear with a 255 drag radial. Not too bad for a non lock up.


1987 Monte Carlo SS. 355 SBC 2004R non lock up PTC converter
UMI front and rear control arms. Strange 9 Inch, 31 Spline Axles, 3.89 TruTrac.

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