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Old 12-31-2018, 03:20 PM
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Keep this in mind. DO NOT lock at 4l80e regardless of the torque converter at wide open if you make a lot of power and the trans is stock. Stock 80e input shafts DO NOT like to be subjected to full power lock up. If you have a built trans with a quality billet input shaft then have at it, but not stock.
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My converter will be here Friday. After talking with Brady and Brian at circle d and Nate at tick I decided to go with the 258mm billet single disk to save a little weight. All 3 also recommended going with a 3400-3600 stall as this is mostly a toy that is driven weekdays after work and on the weekends and they thought I may enjoy the more aggressive stall. I will be doing twin 450s in tank with e85. Already have 4l80e with hd2 kit and will be freshened up before install and using a speed engineering swap crossmember. Still up in the air about the cam. I was originally going to do the sloppy stage 2 with pac 1218 but am considering on better options. I just wonder how much more I will gain with say a texas speed, ljms or tick cam kit with double valve springs as I know the limit of the turbo is the exhaust wheel and the way I see it is more lift means more exhaust exiting the engine and creating more back pressure. This is just a theory in my head so dont be to hard on me. Please let me know your thoughts on this. I am wanting to be around 700hp on the 7875 billet.
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