Hi guys, did a quick search on JC and could not find to much info on torque converters. Basically my auto just s'*t it self so I need to replace it. I've been meaning to upgrade the torque converter so thought I might as well do it whilst the box is out. After doing a bit of reading I've found that if you upgrade your cam and leave the stock converter in your more likely to stall the engine when braking due to the higher rpm stall needed in the converter. Also you don't get as much low end torque from the engine as you could with a bigger stall converter. B&M had a generic table showing the cam angles and the rough RPM converter needed. Here is a link to my cam. It's a stage 2 series 1 vn http://www.crowcams.com.au/search.aspx?EG=607&MK=13&PC=0 basically mine has a 265-270 angle which according to B&M requires either a 2400 or 3000 RPM stall. http://bmracing.com/?page_id=50 My questions are, is there any other variables that come into play, dif ratios ect and if so how do I choose the right stall. And I was told that if you have a 3000RPM stall and cruise on the freeway under 3000RPM you could do damage to the box/converter. Is this true. Any input would be great.