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6l80 torque management

Old 01-01-2019, 08:16 AM
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2016 Silverado 5.3, 575rwhp, stock converter. Id like to keep torque management enabled where possible and have been chasing my tail trying to get WOT shifts. The stock table has all the multipliers = 1 and the adders = 0 so that would be 100% torque during upshifts, correct? The same as disabling upshift TM? So if I put 1s in the adder table any modifier cells with 0 should still be 100% torque, right? The modifier tables I see all look backwards to me. Larger negative numbers at lower rpm and torque where power is low and smaller negative numbers or 0 at higher rpm and torque where you could use the protection for reliability. Id just like to get it to shift at WOT without totally disabling TM.
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Old 01-01-2019, 08:22 AM
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no the 1.0 in the upshift section of torque management mean 100% torque reduction during upshifts.

if you wish to reduce how aggressive torque reduction is during upshift change that number. 0.5 will be 50% 0.8 will be 80% etc etc. most guys I know use between 0.7 and 0.8 with stock converter.

shift inertia and that number will make it shift "firmer"
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