old assed post, but I'm curious about the torque converter swap for stock coyote's like this. How loose of a converter are you guys putting with the stock 3.15 gearing? The A6 gearing is so steep in the first couple gears I couldn't imagine it taking much of a stall to pick up quite a bit of ET and I have to assume a regular street tire would be useless with a converter.
Once I do start modding my 14GT Automatic, I'm very much leaning towards keeping the stock quiet exhaust for a full sleeper feel, plus I don't like all that noise on a daily driver, but I sure love stomping the throttle and smoking camaros and vettes and doing it very quietly.
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80 Coupe Carbed stroked and sprayed Windsor 1.27 sixty, 5.48@127
mph 1/8 on nitrous and Mickey Drag Radials
1.34 sixty, 6.07@113
and 9.58@138mph on motor!
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There is a guy in the S550 (2015-2017) facebook group that has LT's, CAI, Tune, and convertor with some rear seat removal and drag radials and has run in the 10's... 10.98 that is.
Every single person that I know of that runs a stall convertor behind a Coyote runs a Circle D convertor. There must be something going on there.
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