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01-24-2013 08:36 PM
anglia427
350

also alot depends on th gear ratio a car with 273 ratio wont shift as hard as a 355
01-20-2013 09:01 PM
joshp83 just remove the 1-2 accumulator spring on the side of the case if u have a adjustable modulator turn up the line psi is the kickdown cable hooked up and are u running a high stall converter that will make the shifts solfter
01-20-2013 04:04 PM
Saito
Transgo 1-2 shift firmness T-350

When I had my TH350 rebuilt by a local shop I handed them a Transgo 1-2 kit and told them to install the "heavy duty" version of the kit. Upon driving the rebuilt trans I noticed it shifted just like stock. Is this normal or did the rebuilder just not install the kit? Anyway how hard does the "street/strip" version of the kit shift? I'm thinking of buying the kit again and putting in the street/strip version myself. Does it shift annoyingly hard at mild/part-throttle too? I'm looking for a bit firmer at part throttle and firm/hard at full throttle upshift. Any insight would be very helpful. Thanks.

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