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    the 8.5 is on my list of stuff, but its way down the line, so im gonna put 4.10's in my 7.625 cuz i wont be making any real power for a while and by that time ill have an 8.5

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    Originally posted by ZZ4Blazer
    Still wants to put the truck sideways banging 2nd with my drag radials on though. :smoker:
    Yeah, the ass end squirts out real easy on the hotrod too when it bangs second. Not as much with the 3k stall now, though.

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    did the stall realy wake up the hot rod? ive hear good reviews about stall convertors

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    with tbi 4.3 mine ran a 17.2 but i think it would have been a little faster if i wouldnt have manually shifted it.

    Mine will never hop unless my tires are nice and sticky and i mash it at 30 or so it will hop a couple times and take off. I can start to see a permanent bend starting on one of the leafs on my belltechs though.


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    Originally posted by tippmann243
    did the stall realy wake up the hot rod? ive hear good reviews about stall convertors
    It's interesting. My 60 foot dropped, and it comes out of the hole a lot harder, but it seems to have made my shift point problem worse. Since the tranny shifts based on load, it now hits the next gear at about 4000 rpm, which is way too early for my motor. As a result, my ET didn't change much, maybe 2 tenths, but my MPH dropped quite a bit. That's why the time in my sig looks so funny. It kinda falls on it's face at the top of the track running in the 2500-4000 rpm range, when it should really be in the 4000-5500 rpm range. Hopefully soon, I'll get a spring and weight kit so I can dial it in properly and make a more respectable pass.

    Oh yeah, and on certain types of pavement, I can smoke 'em from an idling roll. :D

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    that right there is why i like my manual tranny

    but sounds like a fun ride cant wait to see it at nats

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    It's all just tuning. Once I dial it in, it'll be consistant as hell.

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    i want this for mine...
    http://www.twistmachine.com/
    it would be easier with more money.

    my project thread

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    :nono:

    NOTHING compares to stomping the clutch slamming a gear and then making the tires SCREAM!

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