Torque Converters???

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by ViperBlue GT, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. What brands of converters do you guys suggest, or have had experiences with? Thanks :flag:
     
  2. precision industries stallion
     
  3. I have also heard good things about the vigilante converter. Any one hear about this converter? :shrug:
     
  4. Precision Industries makes the stallion for the stangs. I believe the vigilante is for imports? :shrug:
     
  5. The Stallion is for Stangs and the Vigilante is for GM's Camaro and Trans Am.
     
  6. I have a PI Stallion multi-disc, lock-up, 4200 stall. Probably a little extreme for a daily driver but great for the track.
     
  7. I second that. ..for quality and customer service.
     
  8. Third that :nice:
     
  9. What is the best price you guys have found for the PI Converter? and where did you find it? Thanks guys. :nice:
     

  10. what he said.
     


  11. Try www.need-4-speed.com I don't recall the price but they were cheaper than
    direct from P.I.
     
  12. yup
     
  13. PI all the way its a little more money but in the long run it will pay for itself being trouble free .


    Lew
     
  14. I got mine from Steve at Houston Performance.
     
  15. steve is a great guy
    he has helped me and alot of my friends
     
  16. 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.
     
  17. 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.
     
  18. How does a converter affect your normall everday drving?
     
  19. What do you guys think about a 3200 PI Stallion stall? I start to go into boost at about 3500-3700rpms.