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timing retard in between shifts

Postby 98LSC32V » Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:42 pm

Can the special forces product remove the timing retard in between shifts on a 98 Mark VIII LSC 4r70w?
1998 Mark VIII LSC
Sniper Tuned, 4.30's with 7000rpm shifts, some other odds and ends...

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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby sniperpat469 » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:47 pm

SF will not remove that, Commando can remove it, or If you want send me the origional file I will remove the tq retard and send it back as an origional file that SF can modify


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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby 98LSC32V » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:20 pm

Patrick, I have not purchased the special forces tuning software yet. So if I make a tuning file, I can send it to you by email and you will modify it and send it back to me with the timing retard removed in between shifts? If so, I will order tomorrow. :mrgreen:

Another quick question, with no timing retard in between shifts, how will that affect shift firmness. Say I have it set to "firm" will that make the shift even harder?
1998 Mark VIII LSC
Sniper Tuned, 4.30's with 7000rpm shifts, some other odds and ends...

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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby sniperpat469 » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:38 pm

Yes the shift will feel firmer , I can make any extra changes if you send by e mail


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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby 98LSC32V » Tue Oct 09, 2007 5:21 pm

Patrick, can you change the torque converter lock up schedule? I believe stock it locks up at around 37mph, I would like it to lock up at 52mph, can you make this change possible? I currently have the timing retard removed and the lockup schedule modified with my sct chip but I am selling the chip and getting the sniper special forces because I have two Mark VIII's, a 96 and 98 and I love the fact you can make your own changes as much as you want. Let me know, thanks.
1998 Mark VIII LSC
Sniper Tuned, 4.30's with 7000rpm shifts, some other odds and ends...

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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby sniperpat469 » Tue Oct 09, 2007 9:19 pm

I can do that for you,


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Re: timing retard in between shifts

Postby 98LSC32V » Fri Oct 26, 2007 3:40 pm

Patrick, I sent you my 98 Mark VIII tune, I would like the timing retard removed in between shifts as it noses over even with the shift firmness set to firm and I even tried race and it still noses over compared to my old SCT tune which had timing retard removed. Please help me out with this. I don't want you to mess with the torque converter lockup just the timing retard...
1998 Mark VIII LSC
Sniper Tuned, 4.30's with 7000rpm shifts, some other odds and ends...


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