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 Post subject: Histall
Posted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 8:56 pm 
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i need a histall.... my turbo comes onto boost around 3000rpm, below that i have not much power..... so would a 3500rpm histall be perfect? how much are they and what brand u recomend?

 

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 Post subject: torque converter
Posted: Wed Jun 06, 2007 8:39 pm 
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Location: melbourne
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i am soon to put a turbo on my car ef fairmont and already have a 2600 stall witch goes into limp home mode even with a piggyback this would still happen. so u have to get a module to eliminate that just plugs into the bottom of the ecu. many people make them i have yet to get one (LM eliminator). but if u go above 2600 stall u have to go from a standerd size 9 inch converter to a aftermarket 8 inch converter wich is about $900 odd. i plan on keeping mine and using lower diff gears. plus more power will make it stall heigher anyway.

 

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Posted: Fri Jun 08, 2007 10:30 pm 
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yeah i was going to say, your car looks fairly serious, but if the slushy is running off the standard puter (i'm assuming its in an e series car) then it will go into limp home mode some where around the 3k mark.

make sure you take that into account before buying!! :wink:

 

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