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Default Anyone running boost and high stall?

I have installed a D1SC procharger (stage 2) 209/226 cam- 1.75" LT headers- 180 T-stat- rocker stabilizers- hellcat lifters and springs- electric exhaust cutout.
I have bought a 3600 stall torque converter (circle D) and my question is would I be able to get traction with having such a high stall with this setup? Looking @ my data logs I am around 4 PSI of boost at 3600 rpms. I feel like I would blow the tires off so I am kind of hesitant to install this torque converter. (I bought several months ago before I decided to install the procharger). I have only been to the track one time when I was Naturally Aspirated and my Mickey Thomson's had no problem maintaining traction(22 psi on tires). (17" wheel 28" OD tire and I believe 10" wide). Has anyone ran forced induction with such a high stall torque converter without issues? Should I proceed with installing or just sell the torque converter? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
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