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Old 10-12-2011, 05:53 PM
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adaptive transmission

anyone know more about it? i know its in the raptor
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Its nothing new or special really been in use since 2005 when ford went to drive by wire. The trans just learns your driving pattern and adjust line pressure and shifting to match. Most good tuning shops when doing a custom tune can turn the feature off like it should be in the first place.
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ah i see.. thanks, i also heard that it will be hell on your 4x4 if you mostly do highway, i can see why
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