No problem bro. Glad it worked for you, just make sure to keep an eye on the worm clamps overtime. This has been one of my favorite mods, due to simplicity and its overall effectiveness. Your stock temp gauge will show the difference for sure especially going down the interstate. You can expect 20deg consistent drops in temperature. Also using a really good synthetic trans fluid such as amsoil or mobil 1 will help as well. Also, look into a PML transmission pan, the extra fluid (3 quarts IIRC) helps out as well.
the oversize pan is a good thing, I noticed level 10 puts them on theirs. Iam fixing to put a CSF on next week ,do you recommend the bypass even with the upgraded rad? what does everyone think? could use the guidance on this.
Thanks for the reply 04T , If the transmission shops do this on their new rebuilds it make sense spend the money on the cooler and don't worry about it.I changed mine out yesterday.the hoses and rad that is.
I would say that there's the proof,,,, you want your tranny to live longer do this mod! thanks 04T and MilenkoGT :feuerkopf2-big: and the fact that you don't have to worry about coolant mixing with transmission fluid.
Got my adapter plates made.
Everything bolts up to mock engine and mock trans.
Level 10 trans couldn't hold power or didn't understand the air density readings. Sent it back to Pat to freshen it up, but then decided to have Pat build me a 4L80E. Everything will be installed in 2 weeks.
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How about a sticky for members helping members with the +2 degree timing advance. I would like to be the first. Anyone who is in the central florida area who would like +2 degree timing advance PM me and we will get it done!
I am mostly interested in obtaining the performance enhancements that the 91 octane tuning selection with Uprev produces (WOT, Advance Timing, Speed Limiter Adjustment, etc)...I seriously doubt that I will ever involve myself with advance tuning my ecu as many performance gurus complete...
So I figured I would do one since I just got done installing mine. I looked at many different header install post to help me along the way so I hope that this one can help anyone that is planing on doing this install themselves. Ok so tools that you will need:
I installed my PML transmission pan today.
It is a easy job; takes about an hour.
10 mm socket
17 mm socket, if your pan has a drain plug
5 mm allen wrench
You will also need a pan gasket and 8 quarts of fluid.
1. If you have access to a lift it makes things...
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