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Old 30-Dec-2013, 09:29 PM
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Default ZF Automatic Gearbox Controller

Am working on a programmable open source electronic controller for ZF automatics for my next project and thought it may be of interest to people doing engine swaps and transplants etc. The software is still in development so the shifts are a bit harsh and I suspect heads would make contact with windscreens if this was in a car at present Currently running on a 5hp24 and 5hp18.

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This is very interesting keep up the good work them zf gear boxs will take a lot of a abuse your nearly there tho a bit smoother in the lower gears and you will be flying. Keep up the good work
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