Krambo Posted May 17, 2006 Report Share Posted May 17, 2006 ...Been playing with my new tranny and 2600 and I am not too sure that I made the right choice. With the stock tranny and the 3000, I could break the tires loose with little effort and the launch will throw me into the seats like the finest sports car. Now with the FLT level 5 and the Yank 2600, I can no way break the tires loose from a flash stall on dry roads (strait line launch) I am CERTAIN that my 60ft times are slower. It does feel strong up top like it always has (flowing 60#'s at 53-5400 RPMs on the MAF). I have some dyno time at the end of the month so we'll see if I can play with some parmeters to make this beast rip once again. One other strange thing is that I saw 9.5#'s of boost That couldn't be right,...swap to a built tranny and a lower stall converter and see more boost Just for reference, prior to the pinning, 90TB and tranny, 8psi was MAX. Something changed,...looks like for the better but something doesn't add up . BTW, My FLT L5 has the trans-go 2 washer shift kit in her and the firmness isn't as hard as my stocker with cranked line pressure. Does anyone see any issues with adding some line pressure with the shift kit? Will keep you updated... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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