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Old 10-09-2007, 01:39 PM   #11
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You have to BUY an adjustable modulator. The OEM Holley (gray) large modulator is not adjustable.
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I don't 100% like the shifts I have, specially 2-3 (real soft). Have a part number that I could search around with?
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Alright I turned it in one turn, still too soft for me, even cold it doesn't clunk into gear, so I will go one more turn tomorrow.
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I don't 100% like the shifts I have, specially 2-3 (real soft). Have a part number that I could search around with?
go to advenced and ask for and adjustable shift modulator
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so can I instal an adjustable modulator on a 95 SSE? I want to play too
whats the price for one of this jewels.
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Yes, and it should be under 20 bucks.


WARNING:
Yes, it can reduce wear on your clutches by increasing line pressure, thereby shortening the shift time (clutch engagement time).

BUT, this comes at a cost. Increased SHOCK stress and load on the downstream components (axles and differential).
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I think I have it where I want it. It'* not hard, but not soft. I believe it was 2-2.5 turns clockwise from stock. I'll try to get a video once I am done fabbing up my headrest mount for my camera.
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I think I have it where I want it. It'* not hard, but not soft. I believe it was 2-2.5 turns clockwise from stock. I'll try to get a video once I am done fabbing up my headrest mount for my camera.
As long as its not a hard shift your good...

Should be a slightly quicker firmer shift...

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This is what it does cranked all the way with a well-built trans and shift kit:

http://www.zillamotorsports.com/shifting.wmv
Notice the VERY light throttle. Camera is sitting on a rubber sticky pad. At half throttle, I can launch my camera when I hit 2nd gear.
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