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Old 09-16-2009, 04:33 PM
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x-race and od question

hey guys since i have had my extreme race from eric my truck wont shift into over drive unless i do it by takin my foot off the pedel and than put my food back into it. Is this normal since its the race tune? Thanks for any help
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My truck just started doing the same thing a few days back. It was all fine and then one day it just started doing this. Put the truck back on x-street and its fine
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maybe its just the race tune i dont know lol
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maybe its just the race tune i dont know lol
For mine thou it shifted into od normally for about a week and then just one day it didnt. i drove it for a few more days and still didnt shift into OD until i let off then got back on it so i changed tunes. But i did notice when i got up to speed quickly it shifted smooth and into OD like normal. Would really like to know if this is normal too.
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:59 PM
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hopefully someone whill chime in soon and help us
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It should go into od at a certain rpm...may need to adjust the revs per mile..that may help..
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Well on mine it goes into OD just the same in X-race or X-street. It may hold a gear a little longer in X-race before it shifts into OD but it does shift to OD. So I am going to say that is not normal you may want to be asking eric about that.
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Old 09-16-2009, 05:11 PM
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check the tire revs per mile, there are several recent threads about it including my own.

But I have noticed that driving at the speed limit here (40) makes my rpms stay pretty high, if I push it to about 43mph then it will shift into the next gear and I can slow back down to 40 and cruise at a reasonable rpm. If that is what it is doing then I guess its normal?
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I would try the rev adjustment and see what happens. Then if no change talk to eric.
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Old 09-16-2009, 05:20 PM
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how do you do that on the sct?
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