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Old 04-16-2009, 02:49 PM
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weird suncoast trans

hey guys ive got a fully built suncoast and since the day i put it in its never shifted good not even stock and they have nothing to say but anyways i had tunes from elite diesel but they could never get the trans shifting good and if they did i had bad turbo lag so i tried innovative diesel hey hey got it the first time great shifting on extreme race i ran for a few months no problems. took the tuner out for plowing just put it back in yesterday and man it shifts like *** real hard and making the truck jump arond switching gears it horrible but its the same tune that ran fine for 5 months and nothing on the truck has changed any ideas?
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any suggestions would be great
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im no help.bump
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i would call up eric and see about him sending your another file, or try reloading it again.

i would also have him lower your line pressure and go from there. what all mods you got done to the truck?
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this sounds like an issue with the tranny to me. If suncoast built it right then it shouldn't have these type of issues. anyone with a suncoast tranny here?
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this sounds like an issue with the tranny to me. If suncoast built it right then it shouldn't have these type of issues. anyone with a suncoast tranny here?
yeah my buddy nate had 6 of them
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yeah my buddy nate had 6 of them
uh oh.... Did he burn them up or did he just keep getting new trucks
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Old 04-18-2009, 05:45 AM
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ya im going to give eric a call but its just got the X3 with erics tune the suncoast tranny k&n intake cfm+ elbow and egr block off with stacks thanks for the suggestions guys
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When was the last time you serviced your tranny? Sounds like you got solenoid issues. Especially after plowing stock. You would have been better off plowing on a tow file than on a stock file IMHO.
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