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First car meet with my new C6...

gavinfdavies

CCCUK Member
I think they were pilot sports, but the rears were 4 years old, almost no grip in the wet. Having the fresher Goodyear Eagle F1 assymetric 3 tyres fitted that J peviously had on my Camaro. They only had 5 months / 6k miles of use on them.
 

gavinfdavies

CCCUK Member

Fishy Dave

CCCUK Member
Not really, I’m in more desperate need of a code reader for airbag and abs codes! My current one only does engine stuff 🙁
Hi Gavin, I'm in Wiltshire (j17 M4) and have a Tech2 if that's any good for you to borrow? I've only used it once so far to flush the abs system.
 

gavinfdavies

CCCUK Member
Hi Gavin, I'm in Wiltshire (j17 M4) and have a Tech2 if that's any good for you to borrow? I've only used it once so far to flush the abs system.
That’s a kind offer. When is a good time to pop down? I work in Filton, so could take an hour or two off work to pop up?
 

Slick

CCCUK Member
It was slipping 3rd to 4th I didn't have the Diablo tune put on it , it probably had a few owners since I owned it
 

gavinfdavies

CCCUK Member
I still need to go through all the paperwork. Full power shifts are vicious, breaks traction and tries to Mustang me into the kerb. My last 4l60e was normal. I suspect the rebuild involved bypassing the leaky hydraulic pressure regulator, meaning that it just hits the shift solenoid with full pump pressure, which increases with line pressure. A good way to shock load a trans and damage stuff. Common bubba trick to give ‘firmer shifts’...
 

Slick

CCCUK Member
I still need to go through all the paperwork. Full power shifts are vicious, breaks traction and tries to Mustang me into the kerb. My last 4l60e was normal. I suspect the rebuild involved bypassing the leaky hydraulic pressure regulator, meaning that it just hits the shift solenoid with full pump pressure, which increases with line pressure. A good way to shock load a trans and damage stuff. Common bubba trick to give ‘firmer shifts’...
Yes, it definitly wasn't like that during my ownership
 
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