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Old 03-08-2017, 09:09 AM
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That is ridiculous. Getting a converter stalled is at most a 6-800.00 job.
What stall do you want. How high of rpm. I have an old one from when I had a 722.3 that is around 2200rpm if I remember. It has been a long time since it was in a car so I honestly do not remember the number. Shipping would be quite a bit but I would sell it for 400.00. But I would suggest calling around to see if you can find someone local that does this kind of work on other cars and have them do this for yours. Converters are all pretty much the same concept.
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Old 03-08-2017, 09:18 AM
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mine also stalls at 2200....

i found one in polland,that can fix it with 300euros, but he cant be sure where the stall will go
i ve heard that the N/a w202 can stall more
i think i have read here that a cortina 9inch converter can stall more
i think the post was from one with the wide Merc

Anyone knows something?
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Old 04-08-2019, 02:12 PM
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Hi there ...

i think i found the forum i was looking for...

Am from Greece and i have a w202 turbo

we dont have any other merc turbo here,,,,and i made everything with lots of problems

i have now made some good results using Garett GTX3576 pushing 1,8bar making about 630ps with lots of torque/// but am having serious problems with trackion

my next step is to make it automatic with pcs controller but i have some more answers to take....
i dont know anything about automatics....
i use a 6speed manual w203 270cdi.....and it can stand torque...
i dont know what converter to use....
i found a 722.626 from a e320cdi w211 to use...beause they are cheaper than the .628 and they can handle the same power.....but.....can i use the diesel converter?
i just bought an ASD diff 3.27 and i will put it to work manually... with a hydraulic handbrake

anybody done that before?
can the 124asd stand torque?with locked hydravlic?

sorry for my bad english...

Theodore...


Hello, which head gasket did you build? and with which head screws? Thank you
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Old 04-08-2019, 02:34 PM
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Hi there...

I made a custom permanite gasket with inox fire rings made here in Greece by a company named Gemoflan...

The skrews are ARP bolted with 12kg power
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Old 04-19-2019, 02:59 PM
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OK! Vielen Dank!! Schau auf Facebook Gerald Woldrich
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