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Thread: ZF Tuning Help

  1. #1
    Tuner in Training
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    ZF Tuning Help

    Hi, guy

    Been playing around with HPTuners for a while now.

    I've decided to now give ZF tuning a go on my own personal car.
    Are there any resources in which people recommend so I can familiarize myself with tuning the ZF, or where to start?

    I'm looking at adjusting some of the torque management values and applying slightly higher shift pressures. Does this sound right?

    Or if anyone has any nicely tuned ZF files that they could PM to me so that I can analyse and learn that'll also be very helpful!

    Thanks and looking for any help to point me in the right direction!

  2. #2
    Advanced Tuner
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    hit up Daniel at blue streak performance in WA.

    very switched on guy and spend an awful lot of time nutting out the ZF stuff in HP.

    he'd likely be willing to help you if you asked nicely.

    just a heads up. if you have ANY shift overlap in your tune even with decent TM it will drastically reduce the life of your input shaft.

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