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I️ have 2015 edge sport 50 k on it running aggressive 93 livernois tune k&n borla exhaust

At wot car shifts crisply , passing also but with light throttle transmission feels very soggy

It is my Daly driver with all highway miles and only a couple passes at track not much stop & burn

Reloaded my tune , seemed ok for a while then started to feel soggy again

Driven hard shifts are very crisp

Anyone else seeing or hearing anything along this lines ?

Any direction or help would be appreciated

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Actually I have not tried driving normally in sport :)

I will try it out

Thanks art

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Mine is stock and the same. Is it like the torque converter takes ages to engage and it feels like its slipping instead of engaging? I come from a line of Audi's, BMW's and VW's all with Double Clutch transmissions and the lazy slipping box on the Edge is the only aspect of the car that I truly despise. I cant wait for the 2019s to get the new 9 speed box.

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I️ have 2015 edge sport 50 k on it running aggressive 93 livernois tune k&n borla exhaust

At wot car shifts crisply , passing also but with light throttle transmission feels very soggy

It is my Daly driver with all highway miles and only a couple passes at track not much stop & burn

Reloaded my tune , seemed ok for a while then started to feel soggy again

Driven hard shifts are very crisp

Anyone else seeing or hearing anything along this lines ?

Any direction or help would be appreciated

 

Interesting that it happens on the aggressive tune. I think the Sport shift logic is a bit more crisp, I would try that.

 

Also interested at your track times.... can you share? FWD or AWD?

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Hi,

 

I have been monitoring the the torque converter slip. It seems, even in Sport mode, the transmission up shifts as high as possible ( like 5th gear when only going 35 mph) and then constantly locks and unlocks. I notice this driving on my way home which is a twisty 30mph ride with about 1000 feet elevation change. The tranny will get to 210F, which seems hot. I can only guess that the strategy is to lower rpm and save gas?

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