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Ok guys I need a little personal experience type of advice. Looks like I am going to be gathering parts for a while for the big build so for now I want to just do a single disc and a shift kit with the usual free stuff and probably a 4k/springs.
I am going to go with revmax I think on the single and they offer 3 stall speeds: low/stock/high My question is, what would you guys suggest with the stock 35? I am thinking the low but was wondering if anyone else has done this.
Also, the truck won't be really doing much except daily driving and messin around at the track some weekends. Thanks guys -Cameron
My converter is 300 lower than stock and I loved it when I was back on the east coast. But now I'm out in Colorado and with the elevation its hard to spool up leaving stop lights,and it won't spool up to do a launch at the track. The lower your stall means the faster it will hit lock up and means less heat and a longer lasting converter
I currently am running a low stall single & love it with my HX35 for towing.I tried a high stall & there just was no pull unless I locked it in 2nd on up. I will be installing twins using the modified HX35 as a top charger & a S472 as a primary. I'm thinking the low stall will work well for this also. If you get into a large single, you'll need a high stall to get the charger to spool properly
96 4X4 2500,KDP,16.5*,40hp injectors,boost elbow,3K,ground plate to 0,AFC mods,5" exh.BD pressure loc kit,lock up switch,low stall,Rebuilt trans.all billet Boost,Pyro & Trans. gauges,rear air bags,3.54's, 315/70/16's
Last edited by liteweight; 06-12-2011 at 05:59 PM.
I just did my Trans with the low stall triple disc in the truck in my sig. I will be changing back to the factory stall; I don't like the hesitation that the truck has that was not there before the Trans work. It just killed the off idle and like lighweight said I would image it to be even worse with a bigger turbo that spools slower than he 35.
Thanks for the input. I know for sure I need a high stall triple for the other turbo, I am just going to get a single to run until I get all of the other things I need to go along with the bigger turbo.
Sounds like I may want to stick with a stock stall.
I went with a low stall tripple disk and all I have done to my truck is a 100 plate. I love how it kicks into over drive at a low rpm, it really makes the Cummins torque shine. Plus it seems to spool fairly quick and pulls great. The one thing that may help my situation is that I have 4:10's and 33 inch tires. If you have bigger tires, higher gears, or a big single charger it may make it slow to spool.
1997 Dodge 2500 regular cab 116,000mi , glow shift gauges,4 inch straight pipe, Twigs special 47re with triple disk converter, no plate, AFC mods, 17x9 eagle alloy 197's. Six in a row built to tow!
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