Would a Yank converter for a 4L70e work with a 4L60e?
Nice! :thumbsup: i tried to tell every one but nooo they dont listen. not only it runs great from dead stop but even better from mid throttle to WOT!I ended up putting a rebuilt (by pti) tci 3,600 stall converter in my Envoy yesterday. Runs really good from a dead stop. From a roll it isnt so tight, wish it was. I'll try to get track results today after i install my B&M super cooler
Dirty 30 = :weird:
Nice! Its a good thing your TC is small. How much did your gas mileage decrease?
normally you dont need a tune for an upgraded tc but i heard that alvin from pcmforless has help people with their tune and got amazing results so maybe you can go there and ask for some help.i think thats another person
Well i ran it at the track today and I think my tune wasnt setup right for the stall.
My wifes denali ran 15.8 @ 89 mph stock with tune only not too long ago (16.4 @ 84mph stock). I just ran a 15.0 @ 89 mph in my denali with tune, CAI, efans, 160* t-stat, ported TB, no cats + resonator, and a 3,600 stall. Does the mph sound right? I was launching at about 1,500 RPM, times and mph were consistent. :worried:
Many people says the multiple lockings are annoying and gas consuming which is why i recommended yankA converter will lose you speed, but cut time off. If you want more MPH, you'll need to lock a triple-disc converter at WOT.
:iagree:I got the same one but my shifts were fine. Maybe i should get another shift mod done by pcm4less again.I've got the YankSSTB3600 and it's amazing. I cut off .6 of a second with that one mod. And, yes, you should tune for a converter. They throw your shift points all to hell.