I thought of something. Being that i have a single plane intake manifold, if i want to lauch the car then it means that i have to put te foot on the brakes and raise my RPM to 2500 in order to build enough speed to get a quick start at a red light. Does this make any sense?
So, yes, if you want to launch hard with a single plane, you’d be better off trying to get it up higher before leaving. Whether you have a high stall converter or not. Sooner you can get the rpms up, sooner you start adding acceleration, faster.
Nope it just means that the engine makes less torque at that RPM and lower. If you have a stock converter a single plane will have a more noticeable lag compared to when you would have a high stall converter. I know that flash stall is higher than if you brake stall the engine. You can also kill the good top end power of a single plane intake if the exhaust is corked up wit crappy mufflers, then you lose at both ends of the power curve.
I have crushes for mufflers. I don't know how that helps however. I don't know how they work. Its not stock that I know for sure.