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Old 08-20-2017, 07:16 PM
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I am not aware of the "Y" but I would suggest your contacting "The Professor/Mike L" and discuss your your application.

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Old 08-20-2017, 07:53 PM
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The reason I ask is because on goerends website, for ordering it shows a "k" and not a "y" but farther down it in details it shows a "y" and not a "k" and in both places it shows them as 2500-2700 stall speeds
When will you guys learn that stall gets you out of the hole and that's it. After that it means nothing and yet you guys only are concerned with stall.
Coupling is where you need to concern yourselves ( power to the rear wheels asap ) You can have many different converters stalled the same and some of them will nock your socks off and some are total dogs. But after you launch, what happens then?
Most so called builders couldn't pick the correct converter for your truck to save their lives.
Choosing converters properly comes with experience and hundreds of test drives with different trucks and mods.
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Old 08-20-2017, 07:58 PM
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Thanks for filling me in and helping me out with it, I don't have much knowledge about it so anything helps and I appreciate. I just wasn't sure because of how their site was set up and that in one spot it's a "k" and no"y" and the next spot there is a "y" but no "k" therefore I didn't know if they were suppose to be the same or if they were different and their site is messed up, I'll call you and talk to you in the morning if you don't mind mike
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When will you guys learn that stall gets you out of the hole and that's it. After that it means nothing and yet you guys only are concerned with stall.
Coupling is where you need to concern yourselves ( power to the rear wheels asap ) You can have many different converters stalled the same and some of them will nock your socks off and some are total dogs. But after you launch, what happens then?
Most so called builders couldn't pick the correct converter for your truck to save their lives.
Choosing converters properly comes with experience and hundreds of test drives with different trucks and mods.
Josh put an X into mine with a billet stator when he built my trans. The coupling is awesome! Of course I don't run near the power level other guys do.
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Old 08-21-2017, 08:24 AM
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Josh put an X into mine with a billet stator when he built my trans. The coupling is awesome! Of course I don't run near the power level other guys do.
The X is a billet stator C converter. Good all around converter.
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The X is a billet stator C converter. Good all around converter.
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