Automatic Transmission - Installed my Fuddle converter
08-19-2005, 08:02 PM
About 2 weeks ago I was cruising and the converter I had at that time was a Hughes 2500RPM stall and it cracked on me!I ordered a Fuddle 2500RPM stall for it and installed it and I must say that this converter is much better than the Hughes I had!The only thing I can think of why that Hughes cracked is maybe it was defective since I got it!I do not know!I do not have a NBS LS1 truck,mine is a 97 model with a vortec350 but I wanted to chime in and tell yall about this!
John,thanks again for getting this converter out to me so quikly,very much appreciated and it is goin great!Thanks for a fantastic product
08-19-2005, 10:08 PM
waiting for my tranny to be built then i'll be testing my fuddle verter out.
08-19-2005, 11:23 PM
good to see another good review about fuddle. :drive:
08-20-2005, 10:35 AM
ill be having my fuddle converter(3600 stall) put in this week. ill let you guys know how it turns out...oh along with a 408 stroker in my TA :)
08-20-2005, 01:56 PM
I got more dirve time since the Fuddle install last night and it sure does pull harder off the line and all around than the Hughes I had before!I hit the nitrous lastnight also for the first time since te install and MAN did it pull nice and HARD!Just keeping yall updated since I have more time driving it with this Fuddle converter.
08-22-2005, 02:36 PM
i just got my fuddle 3600 and now i really caint wait to install it but theres 1 prob i know jack and sh-t about doing it. i can Do ANYTHING else though if some1 has the know how please email me the info please my email is email@example.com i would come back here but id get lost in here ha ha
08-22-2005, 04:56 PM
What do you need help on????Installing the converter????I did mine myself,not bad to do just make dsure that the converter is all the way on the input shaft or you will ruin the pump or the tranny!When you slide the converter you will hear it snap,then turn the converter and push on it till you hear it snap again,that is when it is seated all the way on the input shaft!Once you try it you will know what I am talking about!Also do not forget to put some fluid in the converter before you install it,I put almost 1 full quart in mine first!
anyone else has some tips for him that I missed?
08-23-2005, 03:56 AM
You can install them dry but do not fire the car up until you have pumped fluid into it and have extra fluid handy once its running, continually top up and check level.
Like said above, install the converter on the input shaft (in the trans) then attach it to the flexplate, if you just bolt it up to the flexplate and then slide the trans on you will destroy the pump and trans as it MAY NOT have full engagement.
All the best.
08-23-2005, 02:16 PM
my fuddle 4000 is still sitting here staring me in the face, i dont have time to throw it on. :cry:
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