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    Is there a standalone Nag1 transmission controller

    I didn't think there was one but someone put a bug in my ear that there may be. Can someone just give me a difinitive answer and we can end this thread quickly.
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    This is one unit that I am familiar with.
    http://www.powertraincontrolsolutions.com/transcontrol.php

    Go to the TCM-2000 link
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    I didn't see any NAG-1 support. Thanks for the interesting read link though

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    isnt the 722.6 the nag1?

    Supported only by specific dealers, no PCS support
    • Mercedes/Chrysler 722.6
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    R. Drake Inc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srt-hardware View Post
    I didn't see any NAG-1 support. Thanks for the interesting read link though
    actually there is some kind of support. they have listed chrysler 722.6 but if im not mistaken they have one distributor working with it. if you on here http://www.lxforums.com/board/f325/a...5-nag1-264694/

    this guy has it working on a different car but same tranny and is currently working on it for the lx's
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    hey thats helpful, Thank you

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    trs300 on this forum makes one.

    I have one of his units that controls shift fiirmness only. He is well beyond that now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srt-hardware View Post
    I didn't see any NAG-1 support. Thanks for the interesting read link though

    Scroll to the bottom of the TSM-2000 page. There is one dealer and he does support the NAG-1. The software is fairly straight forward. You will need to have a CMR dealer make a few changes to your tune.

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    Now I see it. This is getting interesting.

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    whipplemen is the guy to PM on this. He's out of seattle, met him recently, his system is currently working on his mercedes, it runs his nag1, took it for a ride, good stuff. We did some prelim work on my car to see if this can work. There are a few things to work through before this is a done deal on the LX but it's not far off, it would require some modifications.

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    Actually, PCS is going to work with a LX at their facility. The plan currently is to go with a full plug and play setup that will be tuned by the end user of course. They have full CAN capabilities and are going this route. I do not have a timeline from them right now but soon. I hope to have something for you guys by the spring. BlueBee and I had talked about using the stick shift ecu and my setup but this may not be necessary. The nice thing about this is that the PCS dashlogger will also be able to be put easily on the can bus for high speed logging of your engine info. I do not want anyone to get overly excited about this until it is done. If it all works out as currently planed then there will not be a issue with integration. And wiring will be really easy. Power ground and CAN bus and the transmission connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whipplem104 View Post
    Actually, PCS is going to work with a LX at their facility. The plan currently is to go with a full plug and play setup that will be tuned by the end user of course. They have full CAN capabilities and are going this route. I do not have a timeline from them right now but soon. I hope to have something for you guys by the spring. BlueBee and I had talked about using the stick shift ecu and my setup but this may not be necessary. The nice thing about this is that the PCS dashlogger will also be able to be put easily on the can bus for high speed logging of your engine info. I do not want anyone to get overly excited about this until it is done. If it all works out as currently planed then there will not be a issue with integration. And wiring will be really easy. Power ground and CAN bus and the transmission connector.
    damn thats good news! thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by srt007 View Post
    damn thats good news! Thanks for sharing
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    Wait!
    Does this mean I can put a nag1 in the Dakota? (behind the hemi)

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    This would be revolutionary if there was a way I could install a nag1 behind my 68 Dart.

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