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  1. #1
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    Mid west 3000 in a heavy ass excab is very loose. It will only brake stall to about 2600, but the flash is close to 4000.
    2002 ecsb
    LS1
    JPR stage I heads
    218/224 529/536
    AS&M Headers
    Volant, Magnaflow Dual/Dual
    SSF 3500 4.10

  2. #2
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    From what I read Yank is suppose to be one of the better ones on the markets. I am going with one on my truck I will let you know how it is when I get it installed. yp3600e converter on the way.
    1999 Silverado 1500 Ext. cab Red 2/4 hotchkis drop & swaybars, bilstein stocks, AR626 & 404 Nitto's, Yank converter, ASM headers, ASP underdrive pulley, Taylor wires , free mods VCN 2000, Nelson Performance tuning

    2002 Red WS6 M6; Flow master K&N

  3. #3
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    If I were u I would reconsider the 3600. That big of a stall will put you past your peak power. Unless u plan on building a bad ass motor to go with the converter.
    2002 ecsb
    LS1
    JPR stage I heads
    218/224 529/536
    AS&M Headers
    Volant, Magnaflow Dual/Dual
    SSF 3500 4.10

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    you can never have too much power, hahah

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