With all that work you should consider ported heads to aid your cam and definitely a bigger stall than a 2800 for the cc306. I've seen cc306 m6 cars make 360+rwhp. But with an auto it will be a little less
With a good set of heads 400+. I agree, you'll need more converterIm rebuilding my lt1 engine. Doing a Cc306 cam, bored .30 over block, mahle forged pistions, comp cam push rods, 1.6 roller rockers, new crank and timing chain, 2800 stall convertor, electric water pump. How much hp am i looking at?
Is this bought, or installed yet?Thanks everybody fot yalls feedback. im using tci breakaway stall. and ported heads are definitly next on the list
Work, yes.its bought. i talked to my mechanic and he said it will work. imma use it for now, upgrade in the future. Its a small stall but im hoping it will do good.
ooh.....kay..its bought. i talked to my mechanic and he said it will work. imma use it for now, upgrade in the future. Its a small stall but im hoping it will do good.
And how do you think the power gets transferred from engine to rear wheels?We will see what we can do with it. and 325 is a low number. ive seen just cam only Cc306 motors run 360 hp to the rear wheels. and im completly upgrading everything except heads and intake manifold.
To add to that. Find a 4L60e from a GMT800 1500 with a tow package and take the deeper trans pan and filter combo too.Work, yes.
Work well, not likely.
I would really advise returning it if you can. If you can't, just make sure to get the biggest trans cooler you can find, fit or afford.
Just because you paid $500 doesn't make it "$500 converter"It was a $500 stall convertor
Here are probably your two best options if you're looking for power per dollar:.. how much will it cost to port my heads?