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SC2150 04-22-2013 04:29 PM

Stall converter for sale
 
2 brand new FTI converters FS LT & LS 4L60E 2600 & 4000 stall.
Have a new in the box ESRL 0086 3600 for a LT engine F-Body or 97-2004 corvette.

This is the economy version so not for a ton of HP in lockup.

Drives like near stock until you put your foot in it, and then it comes alive.

$499 shipped.

Also have a SRLS 6081 4000 stall billet 4L60E LS version. The tuff bullet proof 98-2002 F-body record breaker. $829 reg, $699 shipped.

It is brand new but has been filled w/fluid for install (customer bought it for a C5 vette not realizing the vett has the LT style input shaft).

Fits LS F-body and GTO. One of the best converters available. quick as hell and tuff as hell.

Both brand new and full warranty.

SC2150 04-27-2013 04:47 PM

Small one is sold, ultimate one is still FS, new in box!!! Fits 98-2002 F-body.

Scrappy Doo 04-28-2013 07:38 PM

A little too much converter for my needs I think.

Im 335 at the wheels right now. Too high stall speed?

SC2150 04-29-2013 10:25 AM

On a Gen4? Not at all. Our street/bracket 98 was 350 rwhp and we had the same converter but a 4200. Was perfect and ran mid 11's consistantly.

You will NOT regret installing this.....it is going to make your car something totally different!

Scrappy Doo 04-30-2013 07:13 AM

On a ws6. Ok, I'll mull it over a bit.

SC2150 04-30-2013 10:14 AM

If this is not the best mod you do I'll buy it back.

speedmon 05-03-2013 11:06 PM

On the behavior of the 4000.....I drove a yank SS4000 and it pretty much drives like a normal car....until you whomped on it.....then it let the power band climb and hit very gradually.....very pleasant to drive.

How does the FTI 4000 behave in a daily driver?

And what is the warranty?

SC2150 05-04-2013 07:09 AM

Full one year warranty, (as its new) and drives like stock until you put your foot in it, then it's another animal.

:thumbsup:

102SS 05-04-2013 07:23 AM

I put a used FTI 3600 in to my bolt on 99 TA and went from 12.8's to 12.2's.

Best mod fot the money on an A4:)

SC2150 05-04-2013 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 102SS (Post 6503475)
I put a used FTI 3600 in to my bolt on 99 TA and went from 12.8's to 12.2's.

Best mod fot the money on an A4:)


And we see this on average....but the naysayers come into threads all the time claiming there will be no gains.:bonk: :thumbsup:


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