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post #1 of 2 Old 05-03-2013, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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Ya, another trans question ....

Well I'm digg'n my new truck.

I must say, the tranny shift'n leaves much to be desired.

The tranny is a fresh rebuild, and I want to keep it going for a long time.

An extra cooler is planned soon.

It seems to shift too soon into 3rd, and sometimes 2nd as well...unless more pedal is given. But I dont want to have my foot in it all the time either.

Would the JW VB help me out ?

Wondering if the tire diameter is cause my issues.

(tranny thinks its at a higher MPH)

I dont know, thats why Im here !


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A valve body with custom tuning would change the shift strategy, but a vb alone won't have as much effect

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