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Old 08-09-2003, 11:42 PM
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need a harder shift

Can anyone tell me how I can tweek my shift on a 350 turbo I have a transpro shift kit but I would like to tweek it a little , is there somethign i can do with out going deep into the tranny ,

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Old 08-10-2003, 11:16 AM
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I put in B&M street or trip shift kit. Its called a transpack, 3 shift kits in 1 pack, put in stage 2. My camaro will bark the tires and fishtail when it shifts, i like it.
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I'm guessing you mean a TransGo kit?
They leave the second gear feeds moderate to avoid intermediate race breakage. I'm guessing at this.

You could drill the second and third feed holes larger and it'll break your neck shifting, I've recently done this with a transgo kit and later realized it wasn't a good idea or maybe I drilled them too big. So I put in another kit and left it alone, I had these left over from other transmissions.

I'm not claiming tire chirping shifts are the best but i prefer shifts that can be felt, but drilling them to 3/16 is too much so I don't recommend that unless you have a converter that stalls above 3000 rpm.

It's up to you, you could take the seperator plate out and drill them a little bigger than they come, but you risk destroying the race.

The kit also retains all accumulators, don't disable them, it'll still shift firm.

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