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Pro-m with 4R70W, dashpot adjustments?

Is anybody running a Pro-M with an automatic trans? If so, did you have to make any adjustments to the dashpot values to keep the car idling well once put into gear?

I am assuming that there should be differences between an auto car and a 5spd car, but I am not too savvy on these settings just yet.


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I run a 6R80 in my 98 Cobra using the Quick 6 controller. I didn't need to make any adjustments for idle after the install. The car stalled a few times while coming to a stop, but after driving it around a bit it's all but corrected itself.

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that is good to know.
I have a Quick 4, but when I had the A9L on this new build (no specific auto tune) the car would die when putting it into gear.
Hopefully all goes well after I get the base idle set.

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