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5.4 F150 Tc.

I believe its an 01 or 03 trans that this came out of.

Is there any benefit to using this TC over the stock 97 TC in our birds/cats? Stronger, higher stall ect.

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Don't know for sure, but I'd guess it would have a lower stall.




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Don't know for sure, but I'd guess it would have a lower stall.
2001 F-150 5.4L:
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2001 F-150 5.4L:
1,830-2,190 rpms stall speed
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isn't that stall speed about the tbird's tc stall speed also?

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isn't that stall speed about the tbird's tc stall speed also?
Close..but a bit lower...
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OK but the big question is what is the diameter of the truck converter? If it is the same as the Tbird....IMO....I would look for a different one that isn't so suceptable to balooning

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Its 12". Im probabaly going to pass on it. I was just hoping to save a few bucks over the MRK8 or Marauder TC. Doesnt look like its worth it with the info thats been provided and the plans for the car.

Thanks for the help guys.

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