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This is a discussion on help within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; ive posted this before but didnt get any replies, but if i excellerate my car fast, it shifts into second ...

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    help

    ive posted this before but didnt get any replies, but if i excellerate my car fast, it shifts into second fine, and then at 6000 rpms is just hits a rev limiter and i have to let off for it to shift, this caused hella problems at the track, runnin only 14.1s and i know it would have done better if it would have shifted properly

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    mods? Has the car ever been tuned and does it bang the rev limiter every time?

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    it hits the rev limit everytime i go full throttle in second, if i let the rpms drop then it will shift

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    transmission is getting tired. mine did the same thing. i took my vinci tuner and raised the line pressure. solved it for me.

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    Yup line pressure aint getting it done.

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    so whats the easiest way to solve this.......is my tranny gonna shit out on me now? how can i increase the line pressure, the fluid level is good. will a hypertech III be able to adjust that

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