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Old 12-07-2012, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I bought a 180 degree tstat and diablosport intune. Already have the mopar intake. What else do I need?
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yup...freer flowing exhaust is next. all you really need to do is replace the stock muffler with a pair of freer flowing aftermarket mufflers.
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Ditto.... exhaust is next for you
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I agree the exhaust was perfect but also take a look at an underdrive pulley by slp and the tranzformer shift kit. These were some not so expensive mods I really enjoy.
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What does the Tranzformer do?? I have the Predater....
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What does the Tranzformer do?? I have the Predater....
http://www.zautotech.com/tranzformer.html - it's the other product from Z Auto... their other product is in the mail to you. Tranzformer really solves the shifting problem of these cars. I've been thinking about getting it forever, just never have pulled the trigger.
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I agree the exhaust was perfect but also take a look at an underdrive pulley by slp and the tranzformer shift kit. These were some not so expensive mods I really enjoy.
I need to learn more about the underdrive pulley....... noted
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http://www.zautotech.com/tranzformer.html - it's the other product from Z Auto... their other product is in the mail to you. Tranzformer really solves the shifting problem of these cars. I've been thinking about getting it forever, just never have pulled the trigger.

I need to learn more about the underdrive pulley....... noted
So to those that have the tranzformer installed.... Is it worth it just for fun? If I don't plan to race? I read that it can be a little to firm for everyday driving but I also thought I read it can be fully adjusted as well. If that's the truth... I would think it could extend the life of the transmission.. Firmer shifts than the factory "slide" into gear affect.... That's what I call it anyway.
I can honestly say that is the least impressive thing about this car.. Or MOPAR...
The transmission... Basically when it's cold its pretty much weak at least that's the case with my experience anyway.

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Speaking of transmission i heard you can replace solenoids with blue top ones ( maybach)...is this true..heard this gets rid of the delay from reverse back to drive......

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I thought about doing a Tranzformer but since I use shifter paddles in AutoStick mode all the time, I'm always shifting at a higher RPM than the stock program normally allows.
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