Makes sense, shorter spacers = more like stock (no spacers), so softer shift.
Is there a minimum length for the spacers to be effective? 3/4" for the bottom spacers seems to be recommended everywhere I read, what happens if it'* only 5/8" or 1/2"? Same for the top spacers, is there a minimum effective length? I guess we'd need to know how far the piston travels in stock condition. Anyone have that obscure tidbit handy?
My main goal here is to keep the dang thing from going into the max adapt mode, it'* happening more often lately, and the jerky thunking shifts and tranny whine irritate the crap out of me when it happens.