Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Concord, CA, USA
Stall speed really depends on what you want to do with the car. If it is a street car, I would say the 2200 stall is fine. If it is a pure drag car, 3500 or higher may be in order. It's really just personal preference. I had a buddy with a 3500 stall in his daily driver Rustang. It was such a pain in the ***, and was actually dangerous around corners from a dead stop. To me, drivability is worth it for the loss of a few tenths at the strip.
Badcam, I have a 750 Holley 80508S that has about 500 miles on it. It is too big for my 327, so I am looking to sell it. Let me know if you are interested.
67 Pro-touring Camaro-327, 9:1, Comp XE268 Cam, Perf. RPM Intake. 750 Holley, Sportsman II Heads, Ceramic coated headers, 700R4 trans, 17" Amer. Racing TT2's, 12" disc brakes, custom stereo, black with white stripes, cowl ind. hood.