BeerTurbo Posted July 30, 2019 Share Posted July 30, 2019 Howdy, ill do a little backstory - Stock turbo territory with a bad ZF, drove it around fro a couple of months until 2nd gear was basically not there.The shifting was basically rubbish, so i have no mental reference of zf shifting. Swapped trans on the weekend, while fitting high flow cat and middle muffler delete. now the exhaust is much more noticeable and can hear the engine much better. So now the new trans did not need any programming interaction, it seems to just work. i pulled the file from pcmtech and it noticed the trans SN changed. Car drives mint in most circumstances except for under most to full load shifts. Car seems to have a shift event triggered, lose around 1500 rpm, trigger the shift burble noise that i assume is super spark retard, while at the same time trying to lock in the next gear. from what i can fine in videos most fg shift events events are immediately folowed by the burble and then a reduction of rpm before catching any gear. so my question would be, where do i look / what should i be data lodging around this time to find out why im getting a disruptive burble so late? cheers guys. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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