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Old 03-19-2013, 11:16 PM
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Actually, I don't mean to dump on Circle D, they make a great converter, but to get the same level as the Edge converter, its like $800 to $900. Just soo much more money, why waste. Although Circle D does make some heavy super duty Deisel Converters that I don't think that Edge has. Edge seems to work better with sports cars and what not, where Circle D will make you whatever you need. But the 258mm Billet converter is $900 and $1100 for the pro model.

When talking to Circle D customer service, they reccommended at the minimum for our truckst the 258mm converter for $900

Then Edge 11" street converter is rated to 600hp, and Moes Performance runs this converter on a stroked 6.1 to 392ci with supercharger, and has had it I think for 4 years now without a hiccup. $525 shipped to your door, you sellect he stall speed. I only went 2600rpms on mine due to the 4.10 gears and plans on heads and
VVT cam. When done I should be running between 525 to 550hp, which would make the 2600 stall out at about 2700rpms, 2600rpms with my setup to now, and higher with the increased hp and torque according to their recommendations!
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