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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-10-2004, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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AOD, transgo, and firming up shifts

how do i go about firming up the 2-3 shift in an AOD with a transgo? also, how hard will the 3-4 shift be (in a 3.8) if i were to drill the X and Y holes? i imagine for a 5.0 it will be very hard, but what about the v6's?

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actually, it would be an even harder shift for the v6, since less torque means less slippage of the clutches.

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When I put in my TransGo in my AOD with a 5.0 in front
of it I used all the hardest springs och drilled all the holes
to get it to shift as hard as possible...
1-2 is hard at WOT
2-3 is well... It lights up the tires
3-4 you can feel it's not slipping that much
anymore but it's not hard.. instead if slipping for 3 minutes
after shifting (j/k) it slips for 1 second...

But the best is that it's kinda progressive...
Push the throttle a little it shifts kinda smooth..
WOT... Hold on to the steering wheel...

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