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This is a discussion on shift chip? within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; so one of the guys i went to HS with is now a certified mechanic and has an IROC with ...

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    shift chip?

    so one of the guys i went to HS with is now a certified mechanic and has an IROC with the 4l603 trani, and hes gonna do an install of a higher stall TC, and he thinks they make a chip that works just as well for my trani since mine is electronic, anyone know of this chip and how well it works? cost? otherwise we'll just put a standard shift kit in it. thanks!

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    well, there is no 'chip' to put in. you have to reprogram the PCM. by reprogramming the PCM, you can change the shift points and firm up the shifts.
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