It'* LEARNING. Very well now. Had to scramble this morning for my lane against a Toyota Solara. I was already in 2nd gear, so I just rolled nicely into it to keep things gentle on the new trans. VERY little stumble or flutter, so the fuel curves are still actively learning the TB porting. I'm alot more encouraged than I was last night, even though we did see some improvements over the run.
The PCM relies on alot of information over time, including start/stop cycles in order to sort things out for default settings, and this is somewhat more difficult for the PCM considering the Jet Performance chip. But it IS doing alot better. Remarkably better. I had a 39° cold start this morning with a solid idle as well.
Shifts are EXCELLENT. I never thought I'd be bragging about my TCC lockup at 49mph, either, but it'* simply IMPRESSIVE. Don, the trans builder at Continental Transmission in Albany, is amazing. His knowledge and skills are simply the best. I'd heard this before from friends, and I've sent friends there (including Jseabert), but this is my first personal experience with them.
For those that haven't been keeping up, the NEW:
Rebuilt and flowmatched fuel injectors <1%
Custom Trans with all the goodies
Ported SC oulet, polished inlet
LIM port-matched to the heads
Exhaust Manifolds ported
What else? I know I'm forgetting something.