Anyone out here running a higher stall in their late model truck?
I'm looking to put in a Yank 2600, or a 3000. I'm having a heck
of a time deciding on which one.
It'll be going in my '04 Silverado SS. Mods this year will only
include a cat back, the converter, and a mild cam (under 220/220
duration). Next season will probably bring headers and possibly
a shot of nitrous.
I'm looking to have a healthy street-strip truck, that can do
everything it did stock - just as well, if not better.
Everyone I talk to recommends the 3K, but most of them are ET-driven.
I need to hear from someone more on the street side of things.
The evil side of me wants the 3000 to take advantage of the AWD,
and pull regular RWD's out of the hole.
The conservative side reminds me that I'll do a bit of moderate
weight towing (5,000lbs), and I don't want a loose feeling truck
with a loud exhaust, around town.
Can I get some thoughs on this?