250cid C4 Guys
Because I'm still new to this 6 cylinder thing (which I have NO complaints about whatsoever), I wonder about the stall on a converter for a 250cid.
I have to keep my foot pretty firmly on the brake at a stop light to keep the car from rolling forward (rather aggressively).
Don't get me wrong, I like the immediate delivery of "go" when I hit the "go" pedal, I just assumed the stall on the converter would be 1000-1200ish - meaning, that, on level ground, the car wouldn't move forward without some degree of pressure on the accelerator.
I have the idle set at "thump, thump, pause, thump, thump" (750-900ish) and this little engine that could,"will" at idle.
Can you let off the brake and your car not immediately start to roll forward (aggressively) on your 250cid C4?
Dan, do you know if the converter has ever been changed? If so, to what stall (if you know)?
Thanks. 'Just wondering if all these 250 C4's are Tigers.
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