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New to the chip world few questions about mine

I just got tony wildman 6 pos a month ago and i was wondering why my trans shifts so hard on street and extreme and smoke settings? that cant be good can it? also is 125$ a good price for a used 04 60 trans cooler?
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trans is shifting hard because the tunes are adjusted for hard shift points banging is better than slipping

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I just got tony wildman 6 pos a month ago and i was wondering why my trans shifts so hard on street and extreme and smoke settings? that cant be good can it? also is 125$ a good price for a used 04 60 trans cooler?
It is if it's in good shape.


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it shows to be in real good shape
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I can through in my $.02. I have had the php 6 pos since last March. My Autos 1st to 2nd went out last month. My truck would act like it would stall for a split second then slam into 2nd and if you were on the go pedal hard it would bark 2nd hard. I completely agree that its better for your tranny to shift hard, however if you are barking 2nd on a 10,000 lb truck with 35" mud tires and a stock tranny it can't be good. PHP said that the trucks have a defect in the valve body and some trucks will actually "hang" in between gears, build up enough pressure then slam in 2nd. I don't know a lot about Auto trannys, but I do know $3K later I now have a 6 speed.

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i dont know to much about transmissions, whats the upgrades i could do to help my stock trans? for example whats a shift kit do? And do you guys think i should get the cooler for 125? its in really good shape.
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Quick shifts are better than sloppy, heat creating shifts. If you don't like it, send it back, tell him what your preferences as far as shifting are, and he can change it for you.
I'd at least get a valve body for it. Factory Tech, BTS, or John Woods make great ones.
FWIW, I've got 319k on my stock 4R100 . . .
I would DEFINITELY get that cooler, but I would take my time flushing it out VERY thoroughly.


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if hard shifts are healthy for it im all for it idc about a rough ride i just wanna know if its healthy thats my concern.
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if you don't wanna pull the trans defiantly do the valve body. an upgraded torque converter would be a good investment

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I tend to like firm more. Not super soft so you don't feel it, but not jarring cause it makes me cringe. Just in the middle, a good little kick.


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