Is it a practical mod? Bear in mind, I live in Pittsburgh, and drive this thing year round, through the rain, snow, etc. I log about 20k miles a year. Will I have any issues if I install a PI stallion? Will winter traction become even worse?
I noticed you haven't gotten many replies so I thought I'd chime in. I've got a 95 t-bird with the 4.6 (see sig) and I am currently running 4.10's and a 3000 PI stallion convertor. I have no driveablilty problems. I don't have to contend with snow, but a good amount or rain and as long as you don't stand on it every time you leave a red light or stop and start you should be fine. I will actually probably go with a little more loose convertor after the built motor goes in. Hope this helps. You can PM me if you have more questions.
Like 2vbird said as long as you dont romp on it at every light it wont matter. Ive had my PI 2800 converter on since I hit 15000 miles. Now im at 43000 and no problems so far. Gas mileage in the city will go down but other than that everything should be fine.
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