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Old 11-01-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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I am looking at getting a stall for my Camaro because i will be installing a torquer v2 soon. I have decided to go with a 3200 stall, but i'm not sure which stall to go with?? I don't wanna spend a ton of money so i was looking at something around $500. Circle D recommended their 278mm stall and i also looked at TCI's street fighter. Help please.
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I just put the 278mm Circle D in my car. Night and day difference in how she performs and its street manners are great. For $375.00 you cannot beat it. It will pick the car up and put a smile on your face. If your not on a budget and the cash is available put the billet 245 MM in her but its gonna be closer to $800.00. If you do not have sticky tires on the car you need to get some because she will blow the tires off with the 245 MM for sure and can with the 278MM too. All depends on what you want and how much money you want to spend. ALL IT TAKES IS MONEY!!!!
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Was running a vigilante 3200 for 3 years. Just swapped it out for a Circle D 5C which is a 4000 stall.. Flat out AMAZING!!! No difference is drivability. Circle D all the way..
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I would honestly wait and go with a billet front cover 9 inch model. Yank, Vig, circle D are all good names in billet converters from what I have seen.

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Old 11-03-2011, 12:42 AM   #6
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I had a Yank 3200 stall, and loved it. You might want to go with a 3600 with a cam that size, but a 3200 will work.
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