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Old 11-12-2019, 07:06 AM   #121
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Ive tuned a few stock, and a few trucks with some hp with ctt and havent ever had an issue.
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Old 11-12-2019, 03:29 PM   #122
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Really like the way it pulled. Right up to the point where it broke the torque converter bolts or flex plate. Not sure, but here I sit watching the cars go by.
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Old 11-13-2019, 12:18 AM   #123
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Damn that sucks man. Any update on it?
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Old 11-13-2019, 12:06 PM   #124
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For those interested. I have a 14 with the aisin and I absolutely love it. Has a weird 1-2 flare shift that I am told is common but past that I love it. I am 26-28k total with race truck and trailer and set the cruise going up every hill on this side of the country.
I can tell it has dead pedal at time compared to a mechanical engine. So it knows how to keep itself alive. And for that I am happy.


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Old 02-14-2020, 06:07 AM   #125
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Iím waking this back up...

For 68ís whoís trans tuning is best? Iíve ridden in 3 different ones and I know out of the 3 who I prefer as far as feel when Iím just driving.


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Old 02-14-2020, 08:37 AM   #126
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I’m waking this back up...

For 68’s who’s trans tuning is best? I’ve ridden in 3 different ones and I know out of the 3 who I prefer as far as feel when I’m just driving.


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I had a 2014 ram with a 68 and had PPEI tuning at first. The trans tuning was a lot worse than stock. It would almost never downshift and exhaust brake, it would just coast. I had then send me 4 or 5 different tunes to make it better and all of them were worse or the same. Told them I wanted a refund and got tunes from HPP. Their trans tuning was awesome. Anytime you let off it would lockup and exhaust brake until around 13-1400 rpm, then it would downshift and do it again. Also the shift pattern while accelerating was much improved with a lot less gear hunting when going around corners at low speeds

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H&S is the most copied.....

That says enough.
How do you know this? All it says is that tuners are lazy, if it's even true.
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Old 02-14-2020, 03:04 PM   #127
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Interesting... my truck has PPEI in it right now. While I wonít say I love it, I donít feel itís bad by no means.
Havenít towed with it yet though and I donít typically use the exhaust brake and as soon as I get a chance Iím pulling that POS turbo off and going s400.

Iíve ridden and drove PPEI, GDP, and Firepunk.

Firepunk is hands down my preferred but I donít know if itís worth paying to redo it all.
Iíve not found any hard evidence on anything that says PPEI has caused failures so I may just leave it.


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Old 02-16-2020, 01:06 PM   #128
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I had a 2014 ram with a 68 and had PPEI tuning at first. The trans tuning was a lot worse than stock. It would almost never downshift and exhaust brake, it would just coast. I had then send me 4 or 5 different tunes to make it better and all of them were worse or the same. Told them I wanted a refund and got tunes from HPP. Their trans tuning was awesome. Anytime you let off it would lockup and exhaust brake until around 13-1400 rpm, then it would downshift and do it again. Also the shift pattern while accelerating was much improved with a lot less gear hunting when going around corners at low speeds


Update on this. Mine does the same thing as far as tow haul and exhaust brake unless youíre in manual mode then it completely changes everything so thatís a bit different to get used to.


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Old 02-17-2020, 02:33 PM   #129
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Has anyone done a fluid/filter service on their Aisin yet? I was going to do one with the next oil change. Seems Mobile 3309 is the same as Mopar's Aisin fluid. I'm planning a Mopar gasket and filter as well.

Looking for tips or advice on procedure and how many quarts I need.
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Old 02-17-2020, 03:53 PM   #130
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I have confirmed That 3309 Is the correct OEM Lube. 2013 Cross member extremely tight , Mine is so tight I needed to loosen the Rear Trans Mount bolts and raise it 1 3/4 inch.

You can Reuse the OEM Gasket if careful, I would have Backup if needed.

What's Odd My 2016 has enough room and NO need to lift the Trans. I also install Fumoto Valve. Its been on for 6 Years, I like it, Its much easier to get Good sample for analysis when running.

The fluid amount will change according to How you service the trans 4 to 7 QT's
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Old 04-24-2020, 05:19 AM   #131
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Thanks for that info TCDiesel, I'm gonna order the stuff and do service on it next week. How are you doing yours, just drop the pan, or should I pull the plug on a converter or something as well?

I've never sampled anything from anything, how after are you guys doing on that? Motor and trans I assume? I've got Fumotos on all my motors but none on transmissions, might have to do that on this one.
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Old 04-24-2020, 08:14 AM   #132
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Their is NO plug on the TC, The first service you should drop the Pan Change filter inspect for cutch dust, the dust will cover everything, if its thicker than dust, change at 10K if still copious You should attempt to find out why, But in many cases you just can't without tear down of Trans. The life Blood of the trans is its fluid, service according to Analysis it will last 500K+ miles.

If Just lightly dusted just do 20-25K miles drain and fill Analysis.

I don't comment on Vehicles serviced by Shops we do Business with, but I will shared observations , Some owners Never service trans and when it fails, the Fluid looks like roofing Tar.
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Old 05-21-2020, 05:23 PM   #133
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Their is NO plug on the TC, The first service you should drop the Pan Change filter inspect for cutch dust, the dust will cover everything, if its thicker than dust, change at 10K if still copious You should attempt to find out why, But in many cases you just can't without tear down of Trans. The life Blood of the trans is its fluid, service according to Analysis it will last 500K+ miles.

If Just lightly dusted just do 20-25K miles drain and fill Analysis.

I don't comment on Vehicles serviced by Shops we do Business with, but I will shared observations , Some owners Never service trans and when it fails, the Fluid looks like roofing Tar.
Sorry for the bump but I just read every post. .. I remember in 2007 the AISIN was touted as having very long service intervals. 140,000 miles? Iím probably wrong and have been told that before. But Iíll feel less crazy if anyone else remembers something of that effect. Iíd never try it. I adjust the front band every oil change with my 47re. I also agree with the thought process that the more people option the AISIN, the more aftermarket goodies will come.
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Old 07-27-2020, 09:35 AM   #134
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any progress on these transmissions?
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