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Old 08-29-2005, 01:57 AM   #21
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Yeah it was still fast, but i was not exactly comparing it to my car. lol.

BTW, mine is around 7-7.5 seconds. Timed it numerous times with my friends G-timer. In 94 degree weather with 100% humidity, it is 8.6 seconds. In 69 degree weather and no humidity it varies between 7 - 7 and half, depending on incline. Its not too bad but the warm weather kills it.

I have yet to do it on a cold start...i dont like going fast until its warmed up a bit. Cold starts are very fast though.

What was the outside temp in that vid?
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I can take the 95 for a spin tonight and get some comparision data for you. Unfortunately I dunno how to do a vid mode w/my camera (YET) maybe I'll read up on it tonight.

Now..where can I get up to 80ish from a stop??? hmmmm
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I can take the 95 for a spin tonight and get some comparision data for you. Unfortunately I dunno how to do a vid mode w/my camera (YET) maybe I'll read up on it tonight.

Now..where can I get up to 80ish from a stop??? hmmmm
take the 95 for spin then practically dive into the 97 and do the same thing... it'll make you feel even better
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The 95 and 97 should be very close to 85 mph. In fact, they should be neck and neck to 75.
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Have you ever hooked up a scantool and looked at the actuall shift points, shift speed, actuall Vehicle speed, actuall engine RPM'*, and TPS percentage / voltage?

You should at least be able to run out 5500 before it shifts... I think in the 95 servive manual it shows fuel cut off at 5600 Rpms, for the L36 its 6200...

Keep in mind that you have a 2.97 ratio and the L36 has a 3.06 ratio...

You should be able to shift at 45-50 from first...

I run second in my L36 untill 87mph... Got some not so great video I should edit... Somewhere the vid shows me stop and then go, runs to the red and shifts at 47 or so...

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I shift to 3rd at about 70-75 in the 93 if I recall correctly.
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I shift to 3rd at about 70-75 in the 93 if I recall correctly.
Don't you mean 2nd Boss?

**** Nevermind

Don't know whay I was thinking that....

I shift to third at 87...

What do the series II SC guys do?

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I shift to 3rd at about 70-75 in the 93 if I recall correctly.
Don't you mean 2nd Boss?

***^ Nevermind

Don't know whay I was thinking that....

I shift to third at 87...

What do the series II SC guys do?
94/95
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Have you ever hooked up a scantool and looked at the actuall shift points, shift speed, actuall Vehicle speed, actuall engine RPM'*, and TPS percentage / voltage?

You should at least be able to run out 5500 before it shifts... I think in the 95 servive manual it shows fuel cut off at 5600 Rpms, for the L36 its 6200...

Keep in mind that you have a 2.97 ratio and the L36 has a 3.06 ratio...

You should be able to shift at 45-50 from first...

I run second in my L36 untill 87mph... Got some not so great video I should edit... Somewhere the vid shows me stop and then go, runs to the red and shifts at 47 or so...
has not been scanned since the tranny transplant...

speedo matches the HUD, and TPS has been checked
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with COLD torque convertor... well cold everything...

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