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Thread: T56 to 80E first drive

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    Default T56 to 80E first drive

    Hey Guys,

    I finally got my set up on the road after switching from T56 to 80E. Im still learning where the 80E needs to be at from a tuning standpoint but I was hoping you guys might be able to give me your opinions on how this log looks.

    427 twin turbo
    LS1B COS3 tune
    stock 80E with Trans go stage two shift kit and large trans cooler up front behind intercooler
    drive around Log tune_0007.efi427-OS3-80E_0007.ctz
    1. As a newbie to tuning an auto, it looks like my trans PSI is high?
    2. Does TCC look like its acting correctly?
    3. What trans temps should I see?
    4. I feel like the car shifts quickly from first to second at part throttle before I can get into it to go WOT
    5. When I put the car into first it will not hold the gear and will up shift at part throttle even in manual first

    Here is the log and tune. Thank you very much for all of your help.


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    I'll take a look...

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