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Bailey Automatics is Perth's Automatic Transmission Specialist.

Wouldn't it be great if you had a guy who had loads of experience and knowledge on automatic and manual transmissions and gearboxes, performance upgrades and mods for street cars and F250s. He also new all about the noise in your diff or how to fix your shaking steering wheel AND was happy to share that knowledge with you. 

Stew and his team are those guys... and this is where you can find the information.

Our 'Tricks of the Trade' pages give you information about transmissions and gearboxes, what they do, how they work, why is it making that noise? We will point you in the right direction for getting the most out of your F250 drive train and what HiStall convertor will best suit your needs.

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

High stalls
Torque converters are cetegorised by stall speed and diameter size. The stall speed (RPM) is the speed the engine can get to before the converter starts holding it back. When the engine can’g increase it’s RPM, the RPM will stall (or stop going up!) The stall speed is related to the engines ability to produce power and the torque converter holding the RPM back. So if we change the power output OR the change the converter this will change the stall speed. A high stall converter won’t stall at the same stall speed when changed from one engine to another if the torque produced by the engines is different.   Read More

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