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Thread: NAG1 TCC Commanded Slip never at 0

  1. #21
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    try this:

    zeroed all tables except 1st shift and 2nd shift, do like Screenshot (all other shifts must be zeored to).
    tcc apply.png

    zeroed all tables except 1st shift and 2nd shift, do like Screenshot (all other shifts must be zeored to)

    tcc release.png

    Zeroed all tables (comfort sport and normal)

    tcc slip on power.png

    do like screenshot in all tables (comfort sport and normal)

    tcc slip coasting.png

    sorry of my english is bad.

  2. #22
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    If you try this it will reduce tcc slip below 50 rpm

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    Ok. The car is down right now with a supercharger install. All most done.

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    so guys is it more better for power and accelerating if we pot slip tables all to zero ? talking about performance tcc with 4000 stall and the apply/release tables tuned for it

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    With the tune I have attached , my car run like that : https://youtu.be/Zm0GZbzlpb4

    Esp still on in the video. You can increase tcc apply and release on 1st gear if you need.
    I have stock torque converter. And I don?t how your torque converter works. I believe that stock tc is a 1500 or 1800 rpm.

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    my car is heavy moded and the tcc stall is high also i did rise up apply ans release tables so when i shift on 6700 it turn back to almost 5900 and thats cool but on tcc slip tables i did nothing so am asking if making them zero will effect my tcc for good or bad while its 4000 stall ,,
    thanks for helping ^^

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    You can try, it takes 5 minutes.

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    ok boss am gonna do it and hit you back later .. thanks ^^

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    Ok, I hope it will work like you want.

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    oh yes it did help so much ,, zero all tcc slip tables : DONE
    thanks alot man

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    Glad it suits you^^

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    so when you do as mentioned above, you get any kick when shifting or its still shifts smooth ?

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    It shifts a little bit harder

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    Quote Originally Posted by arbracam26 View Post
    It shifts a little bit harder
    cool,
    will give it a try on my wrangler