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 Post subject: el auto hi stall
Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:56 pm 
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Location: ballarat
VIC, Australia

Will putting a high stall in make my car go into limp home mode?



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 Post subject: Re: el auto hi stall
Posted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:38 am 
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Ride: EF XR6 Wagon, AU2 XR6 VCT

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New Zealand

It shouldn't. I had the stock convertor on my EF high-stalled (they can be modded for a reasonable cost). The stall went from about 2100rpm to about 2900rpm, and had no issues with limp mode. Driveability is still very good. Fuel economy will suffer a little around town, but no change on the highway, as the convertor still locks up. And man does it jump off the line! I can't guarantee that an aftermarket high-stall convertor won't create issues, but can't see how it would be any different from the modified factory one. FWIW.



95 EF XR6 wagon, 17" FTRs, DBA, QFM, KYB/Koni, SS Ind, BA ind, MLS, milled, Franklin RH24B cam, Coby headers, no cat, Tickford 2.5", 2800rpm stall, J3 chip
01 AU XR6 VCT, Tickford body kit/alloys, Momo wheel/shifter, leather, QFM, SS Ind, BA ind, 3" airbox exit, Coby headers, no cat

 Post subject: Re: el auto hi stall
Posted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 12:50 pm 

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Location: a shit suburb in sydney
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it should be ok up untill 3000rpm, i have a 2500 stall and it works fine, but if i stall it hard on the brakes it does go into limp home mode
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