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Old 09-12-2006, 03:15 AM   #1
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Does any one have write up on how to install the MD28 adjustable shift modulator. I am a little nervous about doing it without a little more info.
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As I remember it'* a one bolt operation.
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Look in there at how it'* held in, and then laugh at yourself.

Set it for soft first, then adjust it firmer over a few days until you're happy with it. It can be viciously mean coupled with a shift kit.
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Look in there at how it'* held in, and then laugh at yourself.

Set it for soft first, then adjust it firmer over a few days until you're happy with it. It can be viciously mean coupled with a shift kit.
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Took me 10 min. start to finish. The hard part is test driving and finding out how you like it. Great mod and low price, what could be better! Other than great sex.
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This sounds very interesting to me.... Never thought about something like this before.... hmmm.....
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MP, you can't do it. It only works with 4T60E transmissions. You have a 4T65E. Yours is electronically controlled, where our line pressure (shift firmness) is vacuum controlled.
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I had a feeling... right after I posted that I started looking at my specs again and was thinking to myself.... wait a minute...
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I had a feeling... right after I posted that I started looking at my specs again and was thinking to myself.... wait a minute...
you can put a shift kit in that tranny, not hard, but you do have to remove the pan. Pull the accumulator, replace some springs. not hard. also a chance to replace some tranny fluid. Probably run you about $150 when all is said and done.
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