OK so I came from a vortech 4.6 2v setup to a turbo setup.
With the vortech I had a 3800~ converter and it flashed way up and went, seemed to work great.
I could put the car in 2nd gear and floor it and watch the needle jump right up to the correct flash speed around 3800 rpms before the car even moved.
Now with the turbo setup I completely switched converters to a multi disc unit that was supposed to stall around 3600-3800 as well but my issue is that it just doesnt at all.
Im not sure if its the converter, my power band, the turbo setup, or what but I just wanted some opinions on the matter.
I can foot brake it near 2k but even when I flash it, it still only goes to about 2k or so and just slowly climbs.
Here is a short video to show what it does from a dead stop when my foot goes to the floor.
2012-07-29_17-27-44_968.mp4 - YouTube
Im not really sure what to think at this point...maybe its just the nature of the beast with the turbo, big cams, heavy converter?
Could it be possible that my trans filter is clogged or something?
I was told that if the fluid pressure is low the friction plates may not be backing off the converter causing friction and the slow rev up
I already upgraded the trans lines to bigger diameter and they are running straight through a huge cooler.