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Old 08-20-2015, 11:16 PM   #1
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My new Yank SS3200

Hello everyone. I figured I'd let you know what I've learned while upgrading my torqe converter this month. There was a one question I never found a good answer for before making the change, but I decided to do it anyway.

My question was this: Will I still have good engine braking characteristics while locked in a manual gear and driving in an autox or road race?

My answer: Although it is not as good as the stock converter, I am still pleased with the effect. At least it's not like holding the clutch to the floor through a corner.

I did the ADM cooler and B&M dipstick first. I needed 1 quart of fluid.

The R&R of the converter required 5 quarts of new fluid.

Figured I'd pass these tidbits along in case anyone else was wondering.

Overall, would I do it again? Heck yeah! It finally feels like a real muscle car. I'm heading to TnT at the track tomorrow, so I'll post a time slip next week. I'm sure it's quicker.


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Old 08-21-2015, 11:57 PM   #2
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Congrats, I had a CD 3200 in my car and it really woke it up.
Camaro Now: Mods for the Masses Part I | Part II
13.15@106 1.95 | 100% Stock
12.37@112 1.85 | + Kooks Headers/Cats + 20" 555R + CAI + BW TB + UDP + Tune
12.06@113 1.70 | + CD 3200 + 18" NT05R + RCR Intake + NE OTR + GPI Tune
11.84@115 1.59 | + 3.91s + Race Star 17x7 Fronts
10.90@125 1.47 | + GPI VVT Cam + BW Ported Heads + CD 3800
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