I have one of them in my car. It seems to work Ok for me. I plan on using it in the T-400 this spring. I'm running it in a glide now. It spins the tires right at 3000 and flashes right at 3500. It does exactly what they said it would. Dave (DriveWFO) had one in his car for a while.Not to hijack this thread but, what about Redneck converters, are they any good? Anybody using them?
I have talked to them a few times and he said he can tailor a converter to my application, he even gave the code to use if I buy it on ebay so that he can change it up for my car compared to the one I buy. He is a very nice guy and is about 2 hours away from me.. I will probably be using them since they have such a good warranty, price and guarntee of what it will do.Not to hijack this thread but, what about Redneck converters, are they any good? Anybody using them?
I think Mike is dead on.Talk to a manufactor and give them your specs.Every converter is a 'stall' converter, some will stall the engine at a greater rpm than others. If you are selecting a converter you will want to talk to a converter manufacturer about your engine and chassis specifications and the projected usage of your car.