View Poll Results: Which stall for the combo?

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  • 4000

    5 33.33%
  • 4500

    10 66.67%
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Thread: 4000 or 4500 stall for this combo?

  1. #1
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    4000 or 4500 stall for this combo?

    '69 Chevelle Full body/interior 3800lbs???

    385cid 10.3:1 CR
    Brodix 200cc 2.02/1.60
    Performer RPM Air-Gap 1" Super Sucker Holley 750
    Erson 278/286 238/244 .555/.555 108lsa/104icl 1.6in/1.5ex Solid Roller
    th-350 4.11 gear 27" tire
    1-5/8 Heddman 3" Pipe to 3" Flowmaster 40 series

    I need a some more stall for my combo. I have a 3000 that flashes 3200, but my engine really pulls better from 4200. I can feel the difference as the power comes up. I do drive some on the street but a good stall with a tight stator will work at 4500. I just don't want to "over stall" the combo.

    What stall would E.T./MPH better; 4000? 4500?
    '78 Chevy Luv--383
    '68 Camaro-- 383 Twin 60-1 turbos
    '69 Chevelle--385 N2O

  2. #2
    Senior Member EXPERT BUILDER
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    The 4500 Will ET Better..But the street Manners will Suffer. 8)

  3. #3
    I agree when you get over 3000 stall on the street it becomes a problem.


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