I understand you cannot give away too many details of Superchips "special blend" but can you explain what the Cortex torque management actually changes? If it's not actual line pressure, then what is it adjusting? Timing advance/retard on the engine side? I need to understand if "superchips value 100%" or 125% may be risking the life of my 6L80E transmission.
I saw your quote from my post on the GM tech bulletin for factory flash of the transmission TCM. Knock on wood that resolved shifting issues before I ever bought a Cortex 2950. Since the Cortex, I have not had problems. I know the adaptive nature of the advanced 6L80E transmission can have hundreds of adjustments.
RON @ SUPERCHIPS wrote:
We do not have adjustment for the line pressure with the 6 speed transmissions.
% of torque managment.
which you can adjust to a stock value.
We reduce torque management that will increase the feel of the force of the shift, but no pressure changes are made in the line pressure.
Along with the no changes to the downshifts made in the tuning.
Shift Torque Option, this feels a lot like the shift pressure we have currently but instead of Stock +2PSI, etc the option is percentage based between stock and the Superchips values. So this means there is (in order from lowest firmness to highest firmness) Stock Value, 25% Superchips, 50% Superchips, 75% Superchips, Superchips Value (which is 100%), 125% Superchips, 150% Superchips, and Max Value. The Max Value is very aggressive on some trucks/cars so we have added a warning screen that says: “Using Max Value removes all torque reduction during shifting. This setting is not covered by Superchips warranty and should be used cautiously.”