Banks Power TransCommand


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1994-2003 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke
Manufacturer: Banks Power

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TransCommand is an automatic-transmission-management computer that delivers functions that no single module can. The 4R100s—used in full-sized Ford trucks and vans since 1989—have soft, car-like shift characteristics. Many truck owners prefer firmer shifts, especially when hauling large loads. TransCommand is the quick, efficient cure. The electronic module senses the load and commands the transmission to raise the hydraulic pressure accordingly. Light-throttle shifts are smooth and firm, while full-throttle or heavy-load driving produces solid, decisive shifts. Excessive clutch slippage is eliminated, extending transmission life. Built with high-temp, solid-state components. Easy to install.

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Bonedoggy
Dave (Colorado) 12/16/2012 11:14 AM
I have a 97 CC which I bought in 2000 with 100k miles. The previous owner put the complete Banks system on the truck with only 3k miles. I now have 370k miles on the stock tranny, injectors and motor. I know there are less expensive ways to modify our trucks, but the longetivity of this truck is a testament to the 7.3 AND Banks engineering. I pull a construction trailer, a smaller trailer and a camper at various times during the year. Very impressed!
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Improved shifting
James Gusman (Oceanside, CA) 3/13/2012 10:47 PM
I added this Trans Command with a Garrett turbo and AFE filter . I have a built trans, but short shifting was an issue. My truck was the slowest on every grade, but now it pulls great!
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Banks for the win!
Bryan (Colorado) 10/12/2011 1:07 AM
I have a 2002 F-350 with the 4R100 trans, install was a breeze took only about 45 minutes, which most of which was spent trying to find a good place to mount it since my lift kit removed said stringer they want you to mount this thing to. I'd been having horrible issues with slippage after doing exhaust, intake, programmer, and turbo mods, so I got this guy to help out my tranny issues. Definitely gives better shifts and you can feel the power getting to the ground, has definitely helped my acceleration. This also fixed my torque converter locking and shifting into 4th simoutanously, as that was aggravating while pulling and devastating to built up turbo pressure. Also makes the transmission downshift like it's supposed to when in a higher gear and reducing speed. The only downside I've experienced so far that I was hoping it would fix was the torque converter spinning free when letting off the throttle at speeds less than 45mph. Over all a great product and Banks has developed a device to make the transmission work the way it's supposed!
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just learning
jeremy (pa) 2/11/2010 11:11 PM
i have the early 99 and installed the trans command. imediatley after installing as soon as you put the truck in gear you could feel the difference. firmer shifts just all around good investment. thanks XDP for the great price and BANKS for the great product. suggest everyone with auto trans to purchase. you will be glad you did. i know i am.
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diesel tech
lyle (billings, mt) 8/6/2009 6:26 PM
i had a 95 f250 that had the edge evolution programmer, an afe intake and 5 inch exhaust. on the 80 horse race tune(100 horse extreme tune chokes out the engine without an intercooler. dont even use it.), both first and second gears would slip. after buying this, no slipping. the torque converter did lock up at about 30 mph thou. but still, its a lot easier and cheaper than an internal shift kit. the trans temp stayed well in the good range, so no worries there. now that i have a 99 f350 with the same programmer and straight pipe exhaust, under heavy acceleration it starts to slip. on the 60 horse tow tune. if i had the money layin around, the trans command would already be in it. thats my take. use it if u want.
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