Originally Posted by RayK
Well, you really don't know the trans is fine unless you pull it and disassemble it. Clutch packs don't like abuse and generally won't take as long to go into limp mode next time. You took one life off the tranny, now how many does it have left.
Throwing your first code in those conditions is often a sign of eventual imminent failure. There's a minor chance its okay for a while but it's much more likely that several frictions have been worn and steels will have heat marks...
If it happens again try to remember the code stored on your tuner before you delete it next time.
I've already seen just about all of them
I can shift at 6200 rpm, but usually keep it to 6000
The trans may be okay but stock valve springs won't last at 6400 too many times
...then you're in for Engine trouble on top of a fried trans.
Don't push your luck unless you have a dependable second vehicle for down time.