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02-20-2010 04:53 AM
barnym17 No problem with manual shifting, just looking to remove a variable for bracket racing.Figured it might be a little more consistant.
02-19-2010 07:09 PM
junior stocker Never heard of anyone doing that. You can adjust the throttle pressure valve internally, but that's only good for a couple of MPH. Is there a problem with shifting it manually? I have one Glide that has an internal electric shift; it can be wired into the shiftlight to shift at a predertimined RPM. King and TSR both make them. Butch/junior stocker.
02-19-2010 05:12 AM
modifying glide shift point

Can I modify the governor on a glide to make it shift at 7000 to 7200 in drive at wot?

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