Street Rod Stall Converter

Old 02-23-2010, 04:09 PM
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wildrod
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I have a 1933 ford hi-boy coupe running a TCI built turbo 350 with a 4,000 Stall. Manual valve body. Its strictly a street car. 468 BBC with tunnel ram with 2- 750 edelbrock carbs. Rear end ratio 3:25. 31" tall tires. My problem obviously is that the stall is too high. Any opinions on the following.
1. Change the stall to something more street friendly- 2,200-2,400
2. Change the trans to a 700R4 with 2,200 - 2,400 stall, don't know if I can get by with the 3:25 rear gear.
3. Same as #2 but a manual valve body.
4. Change the trans to a 200-4R

I'm looking for a street friendly car with some better mileage. Currently about 5 miles to the gallon. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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Old 02-24-2010, 07:53 AM
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Your cam justifies most of the convertor. Your real problem here is alot of torque in a really light car. Anyway you go about it, you will have to have a little extra stall. Just from a quick glance i would put a hughes 3500 in it. How do you know you have a 4000 stall anyways?
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Old 02-26-2010, 11:03 PM
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Well first off, with twin 750's sitting atop your intake the MPG is about right, if you want better MPG I'd lose one of the carbs and stick a overtranny tranny in there like a 200-r4 or a 750R, either way you've got to get your rpm's down.


If you think your stall is too loose, take it out & call Kenny Ford or Tim Owens @ PTC. They can fix you right up.

Telephone: 256-383-6868

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