Are you finding it exceedingly difficult to overtake the other cars without flooring the pedal in the highways? The issue might be with the default transmission system present in your car. The gear ratios are good for city driving; but when you get to the highways, slightly different ratios are necessary. Custom transmission systems can improve your driving experience significantly. Tweaking the torque converters will result in better stall numbers. For the 4L80E – Level 3 Transmission with Torque Converter, it lies in between 2600 and 3600.
The rings and pinions of the automatic transmissions also undergo moderate amounts of tweaking so that the transmission ratios change. Augmented differentials will help in increasing the traction amounts. A complete upgrade of the transmission set including the clutch is necessary to have a worry-free driving experience. A better clutch will only help in improving the strength and durability of the entire system. An upgraded transmission system will also feature external coolers designed to keep the heat levels within the arrangement to a minimum. People have their own pet theories about installing external coolers for transmission systems. As a rule of thumb, it will be better to opt for any such accessories offered along with the upgrade kit.
The correct size of the cooler is yet another matter of concern for many people who have an interest in installing level three transmission systems. Bigger coolers will only end up helping the system to stay cool even after extended periods of abuse. Of course, you may have to pay extra amounts for installing big size transmission coolers. Running multiple transmission coolers in a series arrangement is a piece of advice that comes straight from those who have many years of experience installing such arrangements for their clients. Those who have doubts about the efficiency levels of the fluids running through the 4L80E – Level 3 Transmission with Torque Converter to keep it cool can opt for an integrated fan for additional peace of mind.
Please bear in mind that the above-mentioned 4L80E – Level 3 transmission system with torque converter requires the use of a standalone controller.