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Old 08-11-2005, 12:33 AM   #1
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Well it begins, I said I wasn't going to do anything to this ride, but , well you know the rest. Anyways I 'm just trying to get a little stiffer shift from my tranny. I don't know if it'* possible with a 4t60e, being vacuum modulated and all.
I have already lowered my coolant fan settings, raised my fuel cut-off rpm'* in drive, raised my "Sport kickdown vs. RPM table" not by much, only 1%. I tried to eliminate torque management but didn't like the fact that I couldn't turn the light off the dash.
I'm really hoping Rogue or Foghorn or Gmtuners or Overkill could help me out. This is not my first time manipulating eprom bins, it'* just my first time with a super charged beast. I'm not asking for a bin. Just a little advice.
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You could probably use the info found in this swap:
http://www.l67swap.com/forum/viewtop...t=1396&start=0
Darth Fiero as able to firm up the 1-2 and 2-3 shifts in the 4t60 he used.
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My Jet PCM firmed them up remarkably, but I have NFC how. Wish I could help more.
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thanks for the link 95naSta excellant write up. If I have to get my hands dirty, so be it. I'm sorry Will, I don't know what an NFC is.
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I have no ******* clue what that means, either...
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yeah..what'* up with Bill using these terms that we have No F'n Clue about?
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Well ain't I a turd. Thanks Will.
Maybe If I figure how to upload a scan that will help. I'll just have to find someplace to host the scan. I'll be back.
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I have no f*** clue what that means, either...
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