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post #1 of 14 Old 05-27-2009, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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B&M tranny shift improver??

Hey anyone tried this electronic shift improver from autozone?? my trany shifts way tooooo soon most of the times (97 obs). I thought about getting the banks tranny shifter, but if this other one does a decent job why not?
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how much is it?

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autozone website has it at $42.99
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havent used it, but just remember you get what you pay for
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its true... but all these mods that i need to do is getting pricey, and i just need my tranny to do just a little better. Im gonna hit them up and maybe buy it, try it, and maybe i can return it if doesnt do anything... ill update this post later this week
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do you have a part# because i cant seem to find one for our trucks.

EARLY 99 POWERSTROKE:wicked wheel turbo,banks 6gun tuner,diy intake,4" straight pipe,2003 pcm,08 mirrors,08 tailgate,03 headlights,tru-cool max tranny cooler,203 degree thermostat,3 guage pod with tranny,egt and boost,leveling kit,285/75/16.

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Best option for better shifts is a VB from BTS or John Woods..$225+-. Then get a TW chip, guages, exhaust, Tymar etc.

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ok i have an update on that shift improver ... i talked about ... part no. 70381 and i cut n pasted the link.. looks pretty long , i hope it works. Just wondering if anybody has tried it or what u think?
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