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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE mopar1968's Avatar
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    CONVERTOR

    Ok guy's/gal's i need to buy a higher stall convertor for my Dart small block, engine is broken in now, Was told by builder to go to a 5400-5600 stall to get engine up into power range, Now here is the question which convertor do you guy's/gal's suggest :?: :?: [Brand] Footbraking car with 2 step :!: :!:


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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE mytmouz's Avatar
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    I have used bte, tci, and ptc with good results in the past, I would use anyone of them again with no problem...
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    convertor

    have you talked to the guy's at redneck racing. they build custom convertor's. Thats all I know about them. They use ebay as advertisement. I called and ordered a conv. from them for the new car I'm building. Ihave heard some goodthings about them so I thought I would give them a shot. 9"convertor guarenteed to give me 4000stall on the handbrake with my set-up. $320.00 to my door.
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    I have a BTE in my car. It stalled to high when it was first installed. Sent it back had it tightened up. It's been fine ever since.

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    i would try redneck performance
    theyre a small conpany out of stephanville texas and they make really good custom converters
    their spragless race convertors are good to 900hp i believe

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    I have used Coan and TCI in the past, now running BTE.
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    BTE on my blower motors , only had a problem once after about 100 passes and they fixed it for me,,Bill Taylor is a real nice fellow and you can deal with him direct if you like,,can't find many places where you can talk straight to the owner..
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    BTE here as well!

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    I use tci, but i have two pals useing redneck in pulling trucks, so far so good, been useing them for the last two years. right at 900 hp.

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    Bolt togther converters are pricy (Neal Chance = $1700) but it might be the last one you will ever buy.
    You can change to any stall you want (no shipping fees or waiting 1 or 2 weeks) for long or short tracks, different altitudes, etc.
    You can clean them if you have a failure.
    You can inspect or freshen up if you "wonder" if you have a problem.
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