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Old 06-23-2004, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default Which TC to use with cam?

The cam i'm putting in my car is a TSP 228R, has .588 intake and exhaust lift at 112lsa. Patriot gold valve spring package and either hooker or kooks longtubes. Everything but the headers should be in no longer than 2 weeks. Also i"m not sure what kind of tires i'll be running, what would you guys recomend. Texas Speed recomended a 3500 rpm stall for the cam but which one should i purchase and i also planning on adding a 100shot of nitrious in no longer than a year hopefully much sooner, what stall owuld be good for that application. I want to go ahead and buy one that will fit my later application but will still work with my current setup. Gear ratio is 323's for those of you hwo are wondering. Also looking for the best stall for the best money, don't care to pay more if it's really that much better but really just looking for the best bargain. All help appreciated
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I would go no smaller than a 3800 hundred stall, best bang for the buck would be a TCI converter.
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