Ok...second trip to the track.....much better!!

Old 04-26-2009, 08:31 AM
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I agree on this being a convertor problem. Later J.Smith 4621 racing
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Old 04-26-2009, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by maydayneal
Originally Posted by bbchevy
#1 The Converter for that Combo is WAY To LOOSE!
I would think 4500-4800 would be Great?With around 3600-3880 Launch.
JMO...........
Later
G 8)
I suspected that I was driving thru the converter some.....this combo originally was in a 2500# Camaro and was turning 10.30's.

So would the additional weight (600#) make the converter loose like that??

Dang....sure would hate to have to invest in another converter right now....but sounds like your suggesting a move from the 8" to something in a 9" config??

I also got to tell ya guys that I'm sure I was short shifting into second gear....had the shift light at 6200....and I probably should move that up to some where around the 7000 range.
Heres what i would Do?
Call your Converter Guy,ask Him if he can Make your current Converter work with the COMBO you have Now?
Sometimes they can TIGHTEN a 8" up enough to Work?It MIGHT Not be the Best,but other that Buying a New Converter?He will be able to Point you in the CORRECT DIRECTION?Also,By Him cutting it open,they will be able to see whats,WHAT???
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