I have a question concerning converter choice. I understand the need to run the trans cooler with the higher stall, and know that the converter should be matched to such things as cam specs, and rear end gear. But what would be the effects of having too much stall speed? I am looking at picking a torque converter to run behind a "slightly warmed over" 283, but will only run that engine until rebuild of the 350 is complete. Nothing too outrageous, most likely with the Edelbrock Performer RPM package components. Just wondering what a good stall speed to look at might be so I don't have to replace the converter twice.