I was wondering if anyone has an oppinion on this... I went to a tranny shop and talked to the Tranny guru there, I told him i wanted to put a mild stall converter in my K/5's TH-350... He advised just to stick with the stock torque convertor since that is where a lot of the torque is made that I need for the street? I don't belive this to be 100% true. I told him I wanted to go with something like an 1800-2000 stall convertor, and he told me there isn't such a thing for a TH350 under a 2000 stall. THat is unless I wanted to put a 1800 Ford C4 stall converter in it which would just weaken it. I mainly use my blazer for street, and sand dragging, so keeping the RPM's above 2,000 when I'm moving shouldn't be a problem. My friend has a 3,000 stall in his '72 K/5 and it seems like too much even with his 460HP 388 stroker engine. Anyone got a stall converter they're happy with... or not happy with?