posted December 17, 2001 02:05 PM Does anyone know what the stock stall speed is on a TH 350 torque converter?? Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
redneck bubbas racing Dirt Freak
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posted December 17, 2001 09:51 PM
Somewhere in the neighborhood of 1200-1400 is what i believe.
tornadochaser7 Dirt Full Roller
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posted December 17, 2001 10:00 PM Thanks
LAYNE_Trans Dirt Forum Racer
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posted December 22, 2001 09:04 AM
a converter will stall at different RPM depending upon the engine. For example a stock converter from a Vega would stall at 400-600 RPM higher behind a big block then it would behind a small block. It is named a torque converter for a reason, torque changes the stall.
You can flash a converter, that is accelerate the motor with no resistance on the car (such as holding the brake), or power brake the car to increase the stall. Trucks may have a higher stall when pulling loads so the motor can get the load moving. Each converter will act differently.
Also, typically smaller converters stall higher. Smaller converters = less rotating mass = higher stall = more heat = shorter lives.