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4t60-e + L36 - torque management =???

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Old 12-24-2003, 01:00 AM
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ruined tranny, tires, and some big long black marks on the road???
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Wondering what? If you have an L36 and a tranny?
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Originally Posted by Burgundy_Boat
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ruined tranny, tires, and some big long black marks on the road???
no, i'm wondering
well, you seem to have those things, so why don't you go find out?

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I must be missing something here. I guess I'll go back to wrapping.

What exactly are you asking, Russ?
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Isn't torque management in newer than 00 vehicles anyway?
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Yeah, your tranny will hold up. For how long, I don't know. Could be 100 miles, could be 200,000 miles. The tranny in the GTP held up to 12 second power for 9 months before showing signs of wear. Not bad for a tranny rated for 280ft.lbs of torque that was having to put up with 450ft.lbs.

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I don't believe a 95 has torque management in the PCM. At least not in the same manner (dumber) than the 00+.
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