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Help to understand ZF Torque Reduction

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Please help me to understand the attachment. There is a difference between FGX and Sprint value as shown in the photo.

The Sprint value has smaller minus value -312 vs -432(normal FGX). What does that mean? To allow a modified engine (with a lot more torque) have smooth shift we should have a greater minus value or a smaller minus value? Which value represents more torque reduction for ZF transmission? -312 or -432? For a more horse power engine we need to apply more torque reduction to assure gear still shift smoothly?


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You'll have to figure this one out yourself via experimentation and datalogging. We don't have any information or documentation on how the ZF works. I have never even driven a ZF Falcon either so I can't comment from personal experience either.

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