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    Posted: Nov/06/2019 at 2:16pm
Anybody happen to have any info on what the factory stall speed was on the M11-B Torque Converter?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Someassemblyrqd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/06/2019 at 7:09pm
I asked the same question,never got an answer. Had my torque converter rebuild to 2500 stall.  Was told by the rebuilder it was ~1800-2000
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1600-1800. But Id have to look in the TSM.
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Originally posted by purple72Gremlin purple72Gremlin wrote:

1600-1800. But Id have to look in the TSM.


I would have to say 1600 or lower. Thing drops like a rock when you put it in gear. There's nothing in the TSM about it.

Just wondered if anybody had specific info.

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According to this 1969 Hot Rod Magazine article, "...the best stall speed you can arrive at with the stock unit is 1400 rpm..."
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The most accurate way to determine stall speed is to test it in a vehicle.
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Originally posted by Buzzman72 Buzzman72 wrote:

The most accurate way to determine stall speed is to test it in a vehicle.
Right here. And the more torque the engine puts out the higher the stall speed... the tune of the engine effects stall speed....  so there is many variables on this subject....
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