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Firming up the shifts in the BTR 


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 Post subject: Firming up the shifts in the BTR
Posted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 9:14 pm 
Tyre Shredder

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Ride: AUII XR8 Pursuit & EF XR6

Location: Albion Park
NSW, Australia

Ive got a V8 Auto Fairlane and just wondering what the V8 Auto trick is to the S3,S4 resistor trick commonly done on the sixes?? As Ive heard they have there own control module for the auto. Just looking to make the gear shifts a bit firmer then what they arent now. lol.

All help appreciated.

Cheers, Justin



- 1994 EF XR6, Auto, EL XR wheels. Clean and close to original ( Missus' Kiddie Chariot )
- 2001 AUII XR8 Pursuit ute, 5 speed, 18" alloys, custom tray. Goes alright!! lol

 Post subject: Re: Firming up the shifts in the BTR
Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:30 am 
Getting Side Ways

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TAS, Australia


The diagram on the bottom should suit you. It's for EAII and EBI, but I'm quite sure that the pre-ECU controlled I6 TCMs are the same as the E series V8 TCMs.



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