Actual stall, is more accurately, based on actual engine torque. The size of the cam is just one of the factors in estimating that torque and the shape of torque curve. The shape and RPM then tells you were you 'want' the actual stall to occur. Max effort strip cars shoot, i think, for actual stall to be around peak torque rpm. Which keeps the engine running between that peak torque to and thru the hp peak.Doesn't stall speed get based upon cam profile, and not how built your tranny is ?
The issue that I think the OP is getting at is whether a torque convertor with a stock(ish) tranny would be a problem......well......yeah, it could.Doesn't stall speed get based upon cam profile, and not how built your tranny is ?