I wouldn't go any higher than it would be. But just for the info, you would change it in the engine bay.. those two wires... right?RyanDB2 said:They usually would put it in the 2000-2500 range. Although most of this can be changed if you want. Although any higher and it might not be a very resonable daily driver.
(protorque.com)AltyDriver said:put your foot firmly down on the brake pedal, and push the gas, the RPM that the engine stops climbing to is the stall on your TC.
How long have you have the TC for? And what kind of VB do you have?AltyDriver said:Yes they are talking about when you brake torque, for those of you who don't know what what stall of your TC, (now I am not saying this is good for your tranny), put your foot firmly down on the brake pedal, and push the gas, the RPM that the engine stops climbing to is the stall on your TC. Now the stall speed of a pro torque TC is higher, hence the name a high stall TC. On the website it says 2700-3200 I believe. Now there is a range because as you add mods to your car you will increase the stall speed. Here are the numbers you are looking for:
Pro Torque TC: 2700
PT TC with exhaust: 2800
PT TC, E, and header: 3000
PT TC, E, H, WAI: 3100
With these mods (and a VB but it doesn't effect this) from a stop I can stomp on the gas and spin tires...and chirp first to second...if you have any other questions let me know...