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Old 12-30-2008, 03:38 PM
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just been playing with the stud tune from eric. i asked him to give me more on the shifts considering my tranny is very stout. i felt like i wanted a little more so i raised the shift pressure on all shifts to +15%. man, this tune is flat wicked! i will drive it for a few days and mod some more if needed.
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You are aware that each time you reload the tune, the tranny has to start all over again? I would drive it for more than a couple of days to give it time to adapt.
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thank you for the reply granny.i am aware of the adaptive learning.i have a couple of days and as many cold starts as possible in that time frame. i have had an sct for quite awhile and am familiar with my truck. what i did and the way i went about it seems to be working. an example that maybe i took to the extreme; new tranny with all the upgrades was kept on stock file for 1 month and approx. 5,000 miles before i poured the fuel to it. like i said probably extreme but the tranny feels wonderful. i have killed several by no break in period. may not be needed, but this time the tranny is incredible .again granny, thank you very much for looking out.
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No problem! I am glad you are having fun with your new tune. I know what it feels like to get a litte more from a tune after upgrades. I did the same when I got my new sticks. You just can't help for smile alot! LOL
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what tranny do you have
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what tranny do you have
5r110, custom billet convertor from alan pope in hilliard, florida with many tricks that you won't get from the aftermarket. tranny upgrades from scott at extreme overdrive in jacksonville, florida.custom pump for tranny,billet input and intermediate shaft.something done to the planetary, red clutches. mag-hytec pan, ford fluid and stuff that scott won't tell me(trade secrets). 1 year unlimited mileage and unlimited power warranty.
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oh yeah, best of all ;less than $2,500 ( edited-sorry fellow org memebers) i was just asked if available to the public at that price. that price did not include the billet shafts (separate rebuild- broken parts) or custom pump. it seemed that the lowered stall and pump with 37's and 3.73's is what broke the shafts. i have $3,500 total in the tranny and it is not dead yet. hope it lasts!

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oh yeah, best of all ;less than $2,500
Is that available to the public?
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Is that available to the public?
see my edit.
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i feel ripped off, i paid over 2 for a rebuild from ford lol
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