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Old 01-11-2007, 08:40 PM   #1
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within 5min of recieving my car back, i had to tune it. i have the tune loaded and its kinda wierd. with o/d off, it runs fine and shifts when it should. with o/d on, it launches in what feels like second gear and when i floor it at 50-60 (but does that at any speed), it just sits there in o/d for a few secs, then shoots into second gear for about a second then shifts right back into o/d. even above 70 it just sits there then tachs up a little like its trying to go into 3rd, but goes right back into 4th.




what can i do to correct this? is it something i can fix through changing some parameters?
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Weird.

OD on/off should make no difference.
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Yeh, o/d should really not make a difference at all besides not allowing you to shift into "4th" gear.
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yeah thats why i think this is the wierdest ****...........i'll see if i can jack the g/f's video camera and get a vid to show y'all
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If anything it's in the tune.
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Re: x-cal2 question

My question is...why are you asking the forums when you can just call the tuner up and find out and have him check the tune?

My bet is the beating you have put on your tranny over time is starting to take a toll based on what you described tonight. Sounds like it is getting flaky and flipping out on you. But, I will wait and have you explain it when I am sober and see if I understand it differently.
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That's why you should never beat on your trannies.
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its like drinking a glass of water, you can drink it all fast and then its dead or you can drink it slower and prolong its life.
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or shooting somebody...

you can shoot them in the knees and work your way up for complete torture or just shoot them in the head and take away all then fun.

sorry, that's the Italian in me showing. :ar15:
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or shooting somebody...

you can shoot them in the knees and work your way up for complete torture or just shoot them in the head and take away all then fun.

sorry, that's the Italian in me showing. :ar15:
You start at the ankles, not the knees.
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You start at the big toe, not the ankles.
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My question is...why are you asking the forums when you can just call the tuner up and find out and have him check the tune?

My bet is the beating you have put on your tranny over time is starting to take a toll based on what you described tonight. Sounds like it is getting flaky and flipping out on you. But, I will wait and have you explain it when I am sober and see if I understand it differently.

b/c when i tried to call the tuner, i didnt get an answer. i'll swing by his shop tuesday............i just was hoping i could adjust something and be done with it.
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Re: x-cal2 question

o hell no, u r talk'n about an aode...u aint adjust'n **** trust me yo...an aode us electric selonoids to shift not like older aod (non electric). your tranny may not like the new shift points if it's wore out....i have a built p.a. aod wit 2500 stall.....i agree wit smurf it's in the tune
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o hell no, u r talk'n about an aode...u aint adjust'n **** trust me yo...an aode us electric selonoids to shift not like older aod (non electric). your tranny may not like the new shift points if it's wore out....i have a built p.a. aod wit 2500 stall.....i agree wit smurf it's in the tune
He knows it's electric. He was wondering if there was a way he could adjust the settings using the SCT Xcal2 he has for the car.
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He knows it's electric. He was wondering if there was a way he could adjust the settings using the SCT Xcal2 he has for the car.
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Weird.

OD on/off should make no difference.
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