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I think it is only WOT shift points. That is what I'm trying to find out. I want to change shift points at partial throttle. Up and down. I also want the shifts to be firmer.
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I think it is only WOT shift points. That is what I'm trying to find out. I want to change shift points at partial throttle. Up and down. I also want the shifts to be firmer.
no with the diablo I can change the shift points at 15% 20% 33% 40% 60%
and WOT
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no with the diablo I can change the shift points at 15% 20% 33% 40% 60%
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Sorry for the dumb question but I would assume that has nothing to do with the firmness of the shift correct?
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No that's just the shift point at rpm's and throttle but you can choose to have more gas or throttle at shift point's which would give a harder shift if that's what your looking for
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I believe he is after the results that shift kits provide. I don't know if they sell these for our trans. and if the ecm would work with a traditional shift kit.
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There is NO MAC compatiablity and never will be from what I was told. If I where you id go buy a cheep laptop from bestbuy or where ever and take it back when your done. Thats what I did and It was great. I used the internet from my phone and did everything right in the cab
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no with the diablo I can change the shift points at 15% 20% 33% 40% 60%
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Thanks, that is the answer I was looking for. Just thought of another thing. Will the Diablo use 2nd prime or does it still go 1-2-4-5-6 while in D?

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The tranny still goes 1,2,4,5,6, when heavy on the throttle, it will actually go 1,3,4,5,6, when putting around. The Difference with the newer trucks is they are programmed so that you can shift it manually from 1 to 6 individually so the two 2nd gears act as 2 gears instead of one on the shifting tree. There is a button on the shifter colloms for the 2011's and up if you don't have that. I have played with those gears manually shifting, and I tell you, not much gear play between those two gears. I really do see what dodge was attempting to do, one for better drivability and one for performance or towing. But for my book, not worth bothering with unless you are towing or offroading, which mine is setup as the whole sports truck!

Ok, from what I can tell HemiFevers tune has increased my shift speed and firmness at all levels, I can really feel it, but at WOT, he really must have it maxed out. This is where a lot of performance has also picked up. It now lurches into 2nd and bangs into 3rd. I now a couple of time have gotten a nice chirp into 2nd. The f150 I ran today was real impressed when I pulled hard on him and I had a real nice bark going into 2nd. He pulled up to me and asked If I had a stick shift.
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