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Old 01-12-2007, 05:14 PM   #11
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do you have a scanner? a stock pcm? If so when you get a chance could you check out what your 2-3 shift is at? My 1-2 does seem to be higher then my 2-3 shift.
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I believe mike told me before he never scanned his car for shift points when it was on a stock pcm.
This is true.
I did find however that the dash tach can be as much as 200 rpm off from a scantool.

And yep the 9 vane 4t60 pump wasn't enough to keep up with my 6400 rpm shifts. The 65 has 11 vanes FWIW.
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do you have a scanner? a stock pcm? If so when you get a chance could you check out what your 2-3 shift is at? My 1-2 does seem to be higher then my 2-3 shift.
Yes I have a Scanner... I'll have to see what the shift point is..

At WOT I get 19*, same as mike did

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i would appreicate it if you did check those shift points for me. Thanx for your help so far.
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i figured i would give it a bump to see if you made any updates on those shift points
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I may do it tomorrow.. But after sooo much Overtime I'm hard pressed to do anything... And finding a spot locally where I can run to top of second is iffy... But we'll see

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hi tj is the 98 pcm any better than the 95 as for timing and shift rpm
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hi tj is the 98 pcm any better than the 95 as for timing and shift rpm
thru Video of members, we have found the 95 L36'* to "run" better than the 96+ cars
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I looks like according to the scantool the top of second is 5750 @ 88 Mph

God My gages are way off..

700-725 at idle..

I didn't get a good read on the First to second shift... But I think it shifted at 46-47 at 5800-5850 Rpms...

And OMG 1350 Rpms at 46 mph

TJ do you have a scan tool to scan with too see what you points are? You really wnat to know before you make changes..

BTW, Don't beat me... But my PCM had been dissconnected... Its learning again

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no i dont have a scan tool yet, but i am going to get one before i get a new pcm. That is what i was thinking about stock points about 5700-5800. I know for a fact now.... raising my shift points up to 5900 will help me a lot in the 1/4, because i shift right at the end of the 1/4. With 5900 shifts i will be able to make more power longer before i shift back down to 4000 rpms :(
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