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Old 03-26-2011, 06:00 PM
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Blackmaxx trans re learn

I installed the blackmaxx and dpf delete today. When i take the truck and really stomp on it the trans does not seem to shift right. I have not done the trans re learn yet becaus im not quite sure how to do it. Is it just anytime in the hot tune? Or is there a section on the programmer itself that the relearn is done in? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 03-26-2011, 07:21 PM
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When you install the tuner you need to do the relearn process.

I have not done it yet either and mine is shifting ok, but will need some fine tuning once I can get it out and drive it.

This is for the XRT Pro but I am sure it works on all H&S stuff.

It is recommended that the Transmission learning process be done while in the “Hot” setting on your XRT Pro
Tuner. The 5R110 Ford transmission is constantly learning and adapting to your specific driving style. The relearn
procedure gives a good baseline for the adaptive learning. The transmission will eventually learn over time
on its own, but, the relearn process is highly recommended to help speed up the learning process.
1. 0-60MPH @ 1/4 throttle position, then slow down and come to a complete stop
2. 0-60MPH @ 1/2 throttle position, then slow down and come to a complete stop
3. 0-80MPH @ wide open throttle position, then slow down and come to a complete stop
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Old 03-26-2011, 09:10 PM
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i have done the relearn as close as i can to hs recommendations and it still doesnt seem to shift right. im thinking about buying the kem tunes, i heard the shifting is alot better, power too
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I did mine right after installing the tune, drove it to warm up and then did the three runs. The truck does feel very responsive at lower speed, or tappy, like it just wants to take off. I would say be careful on the WOT run, and make sure nothing will get stuck on the pedal. My floor mat slid up beause I was missing the little hook that suppose to keep it in place, anyways I thought I had a runaway truck or something electronically went wrong, but it was a little scary for a second with that truck at WOT and not slowing down, yes my brakes did slow me down, but it surely did take off again when I let off the brakes. Have fun
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Do you think that it is the tuning making the trans shift weird or do you think its the trans itself?
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:42 AM
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It is the tuning making the truck shift like that.
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