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Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by ViperBlue GT, Dec 3, 2003.
What brands of converters do you guys suggest, or have had experiences with? Thanks
precision industries stallion
I have also heard good things about the vigilante converter. Any one hear about this converter?
Precision Industries makes the stallion for the stangs. I believe the vigilante is for imports?
The Stallion is for Stangs and the Vigilante is for GM's Camaro and Trans Am.
I have a PI Stallion multi-disc, lock-up, 4200 stall. Probably a little extreme for a daily driver but great for the track.
I second that. ..for quality and customer service.
What is the best price you guys have found for the PI Converter? and where did you find it? Thanks guys.
what he said.
Try www.need-4-speed.com I don't recall the price but they were cheaper than
direct from P.I.
PI all the way its a little more money but in the long run it will pay for itself being trouble free .
I got mine from Steve at Houston Performance.
steve is a great guy
he has helped me and alot of my friends
www.jdsperformance.com. I don't know if he lists them on his website. You might have to call. You''ll be hard pressed to find a better price on them, though. Great place to buy from.
I too got mine from Steve at Houston performance. Good guy to deal with. A Precision Industries Torque converter shipped to your door from Houston Performance will cost about 715 dollars shipped. Its well worth the money though.
Anything less than a 2800rpm stall is a waste. Just my 2 cents.
How does a converter affect your normall everday drving?
What do you guys think about a 3200 PI Stallion stall? I start to go into boost at about 3500-3700rpms.