I feel like it's never too early to gather info and educate myself on something I will embark on in the future, so here I am. I've used the search feature with some success as I feel like I'm really narrowing it down to a couple turbos. Next spring I'm planning on a turbo swap, and I'd really like to use a ball bearing example this time. Current mods are on my profile page, but the important stuff would be that it is a studded (main and head), comp 212/212 cammed, ptc 2800 stalled (unconfirmed), e85 car with ported and polished stock heads and stock intake/throttlebody. Currently, it breathes through a turbonetics 62-65 journal bearing 60 series. I'd like something to work with the 2800 stall converter that's in it, and that's where my confusion starts. My understanding of the benefits of a ball bearing setup is that they light faster, obviously reducing lag. So, since they spool so quickly, wouldn't a lower stall speed converter work well? I'm leaning toward either the precision gen 2 cea 6466 or 6266. Now, the car sees plenty of street duty and will make the occasional 1/8th mile pass after everything is ironed out. I think the 6266 would be plenty (and I'm assuming I'd feel a big difference from the turbonetics), however, I'd hate to spend the money and regret not stepping up to the better option to begin with. Bison, Cal, and others have mentioned that the cea 6466 is one of the best turbos available for these cars, and their words are good enough for me. Will it work with a 2800 stall? Some have said they use it with a 3000 and like the results. My goals are to have a reliable 6 second, (1/8th mile, obviously) full weight, street car with functional a/c, etc. Thanks for any insight in advance!