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post #811 of 828 Old 07-21-2013, 05:22 PM
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Thats tall enough for the street!! My buddy had one in an S10 with a V8 conversion and it was a neck breaker every time he took off. But that was my only experience and totally different application. Keep us updated if it works well for you.


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post #812 of 828 Old 07-21-2013, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Thats tall enough for the street!! My buddy had one in an S10 with a V8 conversion and it was a neck breaker every time he took off. But that was my only experience and totally different application. Keep us updated if it works well for you.
Not really actually. A good high stall for a street car/drag car is around 2500-3k rpm. I don't get any head jerking on take off although it is a much firmer take off then stock. The stall also works well with the shift kit. It's shifts from 1-2nd at about 19-21 mph and 2-3rd around 35-40 mph which works well for my 35s.

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post #813 of 828 Old 07-21-2013, 06:35 PM
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Not really actually. A good high stall for a street car/drag car is around 2500-3k rpm. I don't get any head jerking on take off although it is a much firmer take off then stock. The stall also works well with the shift kit. It's shifts from 1-2nd at about 19-21 mph and 2-3rd around 35-40 mph which works well for my 35s.
Correct, CDW... for your application, that sounds very adequate, if not a bit high. With the cam setup I'm running, I'll be looking at somewhere around a 3000 to 3200 stall. Took me a long time to figure out why those big cams I was running were such dogs behind automatic trannies...

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post #814 of 828 Old 07-21-2013, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Correct, CDW... for your application, that sounds very adequate, if not a bit high. With the cam setup I'm running, I'll be looking at somewhere around a 3000 to 3200 stall. Took me a long time to figure out why those big cams I was running were such dogs behind automatic trannies...
My converter is actually a "LOW" stall converter for my jeep since stock is around 1800 RPM. Every converter out there will lock up about 100-200 rpm lower then what it is advertised at. The only issue I see with having this low of a stall in my jeep is keeping the jeep stopped at a stop light lol.

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post #815 of 828 Old 07-23-2013, 01:26 PM
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Great job that shift improvement is gonna be great in the trails too! I can't believe how much you young guys get done lol the guy that bought my YJ already replaced the whole front axle and unlocked the rear end and is making plans
I've basically washed mine in the same time frame.
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post #816 of 828 Old 07-23-2013, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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Great job that shift improvement is gonna be great in the trails too! I can't believe how much you young guys get done lol the guy that bought my YJ already replaced the whole front axle and unlocked the rear end and is making plans
I've basically washed mine in the same time frame.
Thank you! I love how it's shifting. Honestly I hate how much I've had to work on it and wish I could just wheel it/drive it but it is what it is.

It took me a little over two weeks to get the whole tranny thing done. I know I could have done it faster but I have to wait until I get paid from work to buy parts which holds me up lol. I also have a bunch of buddy's that work cheap, (I.e FREE lol).

I ordered up a SOLID diff cover for my rear axle today. I have the stock one right now and I must have hit a rock the last time I was at the Mounds because it has a nice dent in it and its leaking.

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post #817 of 828 Old 07-26-2013, 10:26 PM
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Rocks and Valleys next saturday? Is your Jeep good to go?
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post #818 of 828 Old 07-31-2013, 08:33 AM Thread Starter
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Rocks and Valleys next saturday? Is your Jeep good to go?
I wish I could make it but I'll be up in TC this weekend.

Ordered a solid diff cover for my rear axle and it came in yesterday. This thang is straight beef!



Messed around on some road barriers the other day.

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post #819 of 828 Old 08-01-2013, 12:20 PM
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That parking lot looks familiar....

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post #820 of 828 Old 08-01-2013, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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That parking lot looks familiar....
Haha yeah we were at the driving range then decide to do some posers.

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post #821 of 828 Old 08-01-2013, 10:34 PM
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Two nights of reading over a years worth!

You, Sir have done an outstanding job. yes, there will be second thoughts, set backs and disappointments.

You are keeping the "last true Jeep" alive...

My hat is off to you!

Subscribed and look forward to reading more on you quest. Thanks for taking the time to post your adventure.
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post #822 of 828 Old 08-02-2013, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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Two nights of reading over a years worth!

You, Sir have done an outstanding job. yes, there will be second thoughts, set backs and disappointments.

You are keeping the "last true Jeep" alive...

My hat is off to you!

Subscribed and look forward to reading more on you quest. Thanks for taking the time to post your adventure.
Thank you very much! It's been a lot of work but its been well worth it.

I got the rear SOLID cover on today. Looks pretty sick.

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post #823 of 828 Old 09-25-2013, 10:07 AM
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HELLO? ANYONE HOME....
Hope its been a good summer! havent seen any updates lately...
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post #824 of 828 Old 09-25-2013, 10:21 AM
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HELLO? ANYONE HOME.... Hope its been a good summer! havent seen any updates lately...
He sold it in favor of a pickup

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post #825 of 828 Old 09-25-2013, 10:30 AM
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OK, I can respect that.
Thanks!
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