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Old 06-22-2008, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default Help me pick a stall for my T-braked 4l80e

Well last weekend my T56 tailshaft broke off on the dyno and I had always told myself that when it went, some sort of automatic would be the replacement. I've got the tranny lined up, but am not sure about where I should go with a stall.

Cam is a PatG custom 244/255 621/595 114+2. Moser 9'' with a 3.89 gear. 27x11.50.15 Hoosier QTPs. Will be spraying a progressive direct port shot, 250 hit. On motor, car makes around 525-530 now, with rwtq in the 480-490 range. Car with me in it weighed 3750 with the T56 and a little over a 1/4 tank of gas. If anyone needs anymore info about the car, let me know.

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Bump for some opinions
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talk to Dave at Yank
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I'm loving my PY3400 from Yank. Drives great, and pulls off good from a stop. You'll likely want something bigger for the brake tho.
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A Circle D Specialties 4C would be a great choice or their 8" modified. Either of these would do well on motor and love the spray.

I make 538/500 on motor and tested both of these. They would love the giggle juice, but I'm staying NA.

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you might want to pm chris at circle d.
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