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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#16 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:16 pm

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#20 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:18 pm

This is the converter I pulled out of my car...
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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#22 Post by John_Heard » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:24 pm

That's a lot of weight eh? You'll have to keep us posted how it works for ya Scott...

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#23 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:28 pm

When I get some time off from work I certainly will, I have a new data recording system (everything he offers) from Randy RPM, just got to find the time to get it installed properly.
I got some other new technology info, but I don't want to come on here posting it as a newbie and guys start calling B.S. so I will post it as I HAVE IT INSTALLED IN THE CAR!!!

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#24 Post by 79 Camaro » Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:43 pm

That thing is freaking sweet man! Keep us posted on the results please.

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#25 Post by pro70z28 » Thu Aug 14, 2008 9:00 pm

I haven't got a converter yet. I've got a Rossler 210 trans. and I think that converter would be great in front of it. What kind of price tag do they have on them if you don't mind my asking?

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#26 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:42 pm

I dont know exactly what he will be asking for them once he is in full production. He ask me not to say what I paid for mine, so here is the contact info for him directly Marty Chance (marty@racingconverters.com) He said it cost him alot of money to make me my converter, go figure?? I thought it just cost me!!!!
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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#27 Post by John_Heard » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:27 am

Those are very expensive right now, once Marty gets things running more efficiently the price will come down. Just for reference, a standard Pro Mod Converter with aluminum drive cover (steel pump side) retails for $2995.00. The full aluminum converter is a lot more due to the amount of machine work, they are expensive to manufacture.
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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#28 Post by Scott Coxwell » Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:42 am

[quote="John_Heard"]Those are very expensive right now, once Marty gets things running more efficiently the price will come down. Just for reference, a standard Pro Mod Converter with aluminum drive cover (steel pump side) retails for $2995.00. The full aluminum converter is a lot more due to the amount of machine work, they are expensive to manufacture.[/quote]

In my opinion "they're as high as a giraff's ass_" But all the go fast stuff is IS IT NOT?

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#29 Post by bracketracer » Sun Dec 28, 2008 7:34 am

I wonder how they will last as aluminum tends to move around alot....Maybe Marty can give us some insight on them.. I would love to try one but that price tag is out of reach for most of us I think... :shock:

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Re: Neal Chance Unveils New Converter Technology

#30 Post by John_Heard » Sun Dec 28, 2008 10:57 am

I say that NCRC has the front drive cover well figured out in Aluminum, those have been out for a number of years now and he's been testing this new design in a number of different cars. If it wasn't working out Marty wouldn't have released them for production at PRI.

In regards to cost, sure you know the saying "Speed Costs, how fast do you want to go?". The new converters are showing up to a tenth improvement in a number of the cars they have tested them in. That's pretty substantial - can you imagine what a tenth would cost you in a pro stocker?? LOL

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