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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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programming new4R100 fummins

What are the right rpms to shift at? When should the TC engage or disengage. Running a compushift tranny controller.

It is a new NADP heavy hauler tranny mated to an 04CR.

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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

Ok so... no one knows?

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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

It depends on what you're doing. Shift points are fluid and many factors determine when it shifts.

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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

Being serious here, dump the compushift and get the pcs. I had the compushift for four years and it always worked like crap, the kid that bought my truck put the pcs on and it is a world of difference. I know it doesn't help you, but just trying to save you the trouble that I went through.
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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

Ugh, just took a look at the owners manual for the compushift 1. PCS is way more user friendly. Which compushift do you have?

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Not sure which one I have. What's the difference?


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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

Thats probably the start of your problem if you don't even know which one you have ..

Here is the PCS


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Re: programming new4R100 fummins

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Thats probably the start of your problem if you don't even know which one you have ..

Here is the PCS

I think he meant he didn't know which compushift model he had. Compushift I is older, the control box is bulky metal and has fins for "cooling" and the add on display unit was huge. Compushift II is a smaller control box almost looks plastic and the display unit looks very similar to TS Performance's trans lock up controller. HGM makes them, there is a picture on their website.
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So I have the Compu shift 1. It has a big display. Can't find a model number.
On take off it always seems to take a lot of rpm to get going. Thinking I need a lower stall speed torque converter. The 1600 rpm one.
I plan to take the display out when tuned proper. Don't see why I need a pcs to program.

Also I plan on a bd exhaust brake, will I need to have a tow haul mode?


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