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Thread: higher stall converter????

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    silver02ta is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    higher stall converter????

    Ive got this transmission shop who is building me a torque converter and was wondering if any other company has aftermarket converters? I figured a higher stall and a madtune should wake up this caddy abit.


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    Re: higher stall converter????

    Sure, for the the strip. But for the street?

    Opinions vary.

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    I wouldn't be surprised if there is some aftermarket support on the trans. After all, it was used in quite a few vehicles such as the CTS, and the BMW 3 and 5 series.

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    Re: higher stall converter????

    7 series and x5 too

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    We talkin the 5 speed or 6?

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    5 speed. I think BMW started using it in 99 or 2000. And I think they may have gone to the 6 speed, also, before GM did.


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