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when should i shift????

This is a discussion on when should i shift???? within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i have a hypertech for my 2000 trans am A4.....since it asks + or - MPH to many MPH ...

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    Rear End Roaster
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    2000 Pontiac Trans am

    when should i shift????

    i have a hypertech for my 2000 trans am A4.....since it asks + or - MPH to many MPH up or down should i tell it to shift? i want the best possibly ET and dont care about drivetrain wear or mileage

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    start with +6 mph. then go from there.
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