<VV> High Stall Torque Converters
gergwerks at comcast.net
Thu Jan 1 12:57:28 EST 2015
I am running one in my '67 110 PG A/C Monza. Love it. Only significant difference I noticed is a little delay in taking off (slightly higher RPM to move, got used to it real quick). Engine still loads a little when put in drive, thought that was a problem, but called Clark's and it is normal. The creep in drive at a stop is SIGNIFICANTLY lower. Often times I can take my foot off the brake and the car doesn't move. When I get the AC switch wired back in I expect no issue in drive, at a stop with AC on. I do not have the idle solenoid and this is the reason I used the stall converter.
> On Jan 1, 2015, at 11:36 AM, Fred Mahler via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> I am currently rebuilding a 66 Coupe (110 AC/PG) into what will be a 140 with a Power Glide. Has anyone had any experience with Clark's high stall converters? I would be interested in both the positive and negative aspects of this proposed change.
> Fred Mahler
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