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Old 12-04-2008, 04:37 PM
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I was wondering if anyone could help with a shift kit. Dont know which one to get really. Dont really tow much but want it to be a lil better. Right now it seems to not want to shift when it should. So may have to rebuild it as well. Any help on this would be greatful. I prob shouldadd that this is for my 97 f350 crew

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Old 12-05-2008, 04:03 PM
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I put the sonnax valve and springs in my trans, it made a world of differnce. I used the .427 line modulator valve.
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If its not shifting right stock, a shift kit wont fix it. You need to figure out whats wrong first, fix it. Then you can get a shift kit for it. I recommend trans go. They are very complete and work well. But fix your problem first.
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Old 12-05-2008, 05:40 PM
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Did some lookin today. The fluid is were it should be. I looks clean , took it to a trans shop today and they hooked it up and got no codes.The only other think i can thnk is maybe the trans filter. That or maybe the TC goin out any thing that i may have over looked?
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There are many things it could be. Its just delayed upshifts right? If so i would hook scanner up to it, drive and watch what the shift selonoids are doing, then go from there.
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It could be your tuner.but if your going to drop your pan and change filter.
i would say get a good valve body.and call it a day.
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Old 12-05-2008, 05:50 PM
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I am Not running a tuner in this truck so thats why i didnt think much of it. I thnk i am gonna have to wait tll monday and do what Willie said take it back and have them hook up to it and drive it. Guess i will have to wait on the filter tomarrow. Oh well atleast i can do my DIY intake lol. and to think i almost bougha trans commander tod to try to resolve
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