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    I am a bit confused by the axis define tables in the transmission section. Could someone please clear it up for me I know it something simple that I am just overlooking. For example table {B4523} Governor Pressure, Normal Mode, RPM Axis vs. - {B4524} Governor Pressure, Normal Mode. I understand that in B4524 pressure is commanded by RPM. But what do the axis number 1 ~ 13 in B4523 stand for and what is the relationship with B4524?

    Thanks In Advance
    Nick

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    Nobody can lend a guy a hand?

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    ok i'm gonna give this a shot. the axis is the column you see down the side and across the top of each table. in the "axis" tables you have the ability to re-scale the table you are tuning with. In b4524 you see down the left hand side the label "shaft RPM" and the rpm values are the axis breakpoints. there may be thirteen. you can't change the axis breakpoints in 4524 only the psi value for the given rpm. so if you need different rpm breakpoints to properly tune your transmission you would use b4523. in b4523 you see it is numbered 1 through 13 because 4524 has 13 breakpoints. this is where you change the rpm values for table b4524

    hope this helps

    Trent

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    Perfect Thanks that cleared it up.

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