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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayan_V8 View Post
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    thanks for clear advice, if I did the max value same its mean no more slip in the 3rd gear ?
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    No, nothing will change with those settings. It will be exactly the same.

    If you wanted the converter to lock in 3rd gear you'd have to change the values to be like 4th gear. The values are generally less than what you see for 4th gear. You may even be able to look at the stock tune file to see what those settings are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5FDP View Post
    No, nothing will change with those settings. It will be exactly the same.

    If you wanted the converter to lock in 3rd gear you'd have to change the values to be like 4th gear. The values are generally less than what you see for 4th gear. You may even be able to look at the stock tune file to see what those settings are.
    Hello

    I installed circle D 3200, I tried to fix the slip and TCC tune but still !

  3. #23
    A high stall converter will slip more, not less than a stock converter, thats how they're designed.

    And personally I'd be more concerned about the knock in that log file rather than the converter slip.
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