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converter and stall speed

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i was looking at 2 converters, goerends and dtt. goerends said the stall speed for me was 500 rpm lower than stock, i plan on having 300 hp so about what stall speed does that put me at. dtt said the stall speed is 1600, that sound a little lower than goerends

is 1600 the stall speed i need for my truck or should it be higher, and which converter do you recomend

thanks:confused013:
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A higher stall speed would be the same thing Dodge gave us. Not very usable on a working truck. If you going to be sled pulling you might want a higher stall to load the engine harder.
 

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so is both of these converters good for a daily driver and mabe some light towing?

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a little looser converter will help larger turbos spool faster
 

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i have a 16 cm turbo housing, are these converters still too tight

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Those converters are fine.

Put in a goerend and be done with it :D. He knows 1st gens because he used to own one

You'll never regret buying even Goerends $550 bottom line converter, its so awesome. Higher the price, stronger it is and tighter it is
 
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