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Thread: 10r80. Raising shift points

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    10r80. Raising shift points

    Any suggestions on how to raise shift limit to 8000 RPM. From 7500
    Any help will be appreciated

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    No one ?

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    Are you trying to raise the rev limiter/ part throttle shift rpm / wot shift rpm?

    Post your tune file

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    WOT and it shift at 8000 rpm on a 2019 mustang A10 stock tune so far might add 409 gears
    2019_Mustang_GT_10R80_STOCK.hpt
    Last edited by paulsmithsr; 09-13-2019 at 06:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsmithsr View Post
    Any suggestions on how to raise shift limit to 8000 RPM. From 7500
    Any help will be appreciated
    Greetings from Poland !


    hi, did you found solution ? we have also problem in 2018 GT EU A10 Mustang that ~7500rpm it closes throtle body... anyone has a solution for changing this limit to for example 7700rpm or even 8k ?

    I am trying to find possibility to increase rpm limit on P or N, any ideas ?

    Thank you in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaroslaw.macko View Post
    Greetings from Poland !


    hi, did you found solution ? we have also problem in 2018 GT EU A10 Mustang that ~7500rpm it closes throtle body... anyone has a solution for changing this limit to for example 7700rpm or even 8k ?

    I am trying to find possibility to increase rpm limit on P or N, any ideas ?

    Thank you in advance
    Are you logging throttle source?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastPlace View Post
    Are you logging throttle source?
    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaroslaw.macko View Post
    yes
    What pops up in your log under throttle source when your throttle closes?

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    yalls issues lie in the limiters and the OSS map, we have ours shifting at 77-8100 with no issues