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Torquer V2 cam VS. Comp 228r

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I have an 03 SSS with CAI, exhaust with cat deletes, and a custom tune... I am planning on going with the TCI Super Street Fighter 3500-3800 stall converter but can't decide which cam.

 

Torquer V2 232/234 duration with .600 lift 112 lsa

 

OR

 

Comp 228/228 .600 lift 112 lsa

 

This truck is my daily driver, but I am trying to make a very aggressive street/strip truck out of it... My goal is low 13s😁

 

Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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Are you dead set on cams and that converter? You got a lot of other little parts you may wanna add to your list. All preference my man.

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Ditch the TCI and Go with a Circle D.... I have the street fighter 3000 and it's a POS...

 

 

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I got a yank PT3200 converter and it's the balls lots of guys here love there circle D if I was gonna get another one I'd buy one of those 2 just my opinion

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I would trust Circle D with any of my vehicles. The owner, Chris, is a stand-up dude. I had an issue with the trans after the swap in my T/A right before our last rally. It wasn't torque converter related, but I contacted him, just to see if he thought it would be ok to reuse the converter (I luckily had a buddy with a spare trans that I could swap right in). I told him I doubted it was hurt, but wanted to see what he thought, just for piece of mind driving that far from home. He said he wanted to make sure I was good to go, so he not only sent me a new converter, but overnighted it to me to make sure the car was ready to go in time. He didn't even charge me for the replacement. Just told me to send the other converter back to him when I got the car going, because he didn't want me missing out on the rally. I think their customer service and build quality are hard to beat for the money.

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I got a yank PT3200 converter and it's the balls lots of guys here love there circle D if I was gonna get another one I'd buy one of those 2 just my opinion

 

........I rest my case

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