I have a 1997 V6 auto. Bone stock engine and transmission, 300k miles, and A LOT OF RESEARCH. I've calculated my current stall speed to be 1900 (+/- 50) rpm. I've found that if you place it in manual second (2) and go WOT, whatever the revs sit at is your stall speed. Stall speed is, basically, meant to make the t/c function such as a clutch does.
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With a stock-type fuel pump and a 1970's TH350 transmission, a great match here would be our 2000-2200 stall converter like PN 109-602. Or a 1955 Chevy 2 door hardtop which weighs about 3,350 lbs. It's running a 383 engine with 10.5:1 compression, a Comp 292 cam (rough idling hot rod style cam), 4.11 gear ratio, high performance fuel pump ...
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