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Old 10-26-2006, 08:19 PM   #1
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at a stop, what rpm should my car leave at with this converter??? would a 3800 or a 4000 be much different??
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if you are going just ms4 then i say go like 4200 stall but if you are going spray too i think around 3800 will be good
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With the planned mods for your car, go with the SS4000. I have the SS4000 and 3.73's and is a perfect match. The SS3600 is good, but go for a little more. The cam will love it.
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I just bought this vert. Yank was telling me you would get movement at 1800 rpm.
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I just bought this vert. Yank was telling me you would get movement at 1800 rpm.

with what converter????? this is a street car remember so i dont want anything insane but something that will perform
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SS3600 Yank.

I wanted a vert that would give mx performance without driveability issues.

This is my everyday car.
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oh ok but any other input????
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I just bought this vert. Yank was telling me you would get movement at 1800 rpm.
you get movement at idle...if on a slight incline maybe like just over a 1000 for movement...yank ss3600 that is
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at a stop, what rpm should my car leave at with this converter??? would a 3800 or a 4000 be much different??
this is in regard to the richmond 3:73 gear. i had put that gear in my car and had it removed because of to much noise AT ALL SPEEDS! this is just my experience with richmond. read up on it before you make the purchase.
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SS3600 is a awesome converter. It's very streetable. When it locks up it drives like stock.
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SS3600 is a awesome converter. It's very streetable. When it locks up it drives like stock.

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with what converter????? this is a street car remember so i dont want anything insane but something that will perform
Dude, That MS4 cam is insane by itself, Just go with the SS3600 or 4000
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what would u reccomend though b/c im leanin toward the 3800 but still not 100%
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