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Stock Stall??

Does anyone know what the stok stall is on the 2004 A4?
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I think it's 1800.....

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Does anyone know what the stok stall is on the 2004 A4?
what soes stall mean? i would think like a plane and the engine cuts out. what will make it stall
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lol
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my 05 a4 only holds tires from spinning til around 1500 rpm
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It's around 1800-2000 anything over 2000 and the tires start spinning and they won't stop until you let off the gas
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Actually......you will NEVER reach the actual stall speed by holding the brake.

Torque converters are widely misunderstood and even harder to explain how they work and what they do. Most stock stalls are @ 1800 which is why the beginner converter (2800 stall with a 1.8 STR) is such a great gain. But if you really want to feel like you just got rear-ended at 150mph, get yourself a 4400 stall with a 3.0 STR (stall torque ratio). hehe, that sum-bish will show you what makes an automatic so great!
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hey mike...if you realy want to get technicial...the cam has alot to do wth the actual stall... and get a vigilanty converter...i have tried a FEW and like that one the best
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you prefer a vig over a yank thruster pro? for just starting out, sure go with the vig but if your really serious, like GTODEALER with his 15,000,000hp ride, then you want a yank, if not a Coan.
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well...in order to go fast, you have to hook up... eventually...lol..
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