Customer Comments

Comments are welcome here from customers that have purchased services or products from me, and it will be loosely moderated.  If you have a question and you want it answered publicly, don’t post it here but on my Questions page.  Questions on this page will be moved there.

I don’t solicit comments, and they do not have to be pre-approved, only spam that makes it through will be deleted, but remember I do reserve the right to comment myself 🙂

I do not allow spam links, no person wanting to actually read comments wants to wade through those.

I don’t require pre-approval of these comments so potential customers can be more assured that the comments are real and not just made up- that is also the reason why there aren’t too many.  It’s very typical that most satisfied customers don’t leave long cheerleading rants- so don’t expect to see a ton of that here.

I do use filters to prevent profanity and other inappropriate content.  ANY sick stuff that makes it through will be deleted immediately!

4 thoughts on “Customer Comments”

    1. I emailed you David, but haven’t seen a reply back yet so will reply here as well. It may be possible to use Google Translate to communicate, I don’t know much Spanish. I am a PCS dealer and can offer the 2800 for a 5R110, and I also have information on using the factory control system as well.

  1. Hello I’m placing a Allison 1000 out of a 2003 Chevy 2500 be hind my 1994 f350 4×4 7.3 power stroke. I would like to know if you sell a controller for this set up. I will be using the Chevy transfer case and modifing the drivlines. I’m a mechanical engineer with some knowledge of wiring and controls as I work for a company that installs control systems. I have a lot of diesel engine experiance. Please let me know if you offer any controller for the 5 speed Alison set up. I would like a controller pre programed that I could make some basic mods to.
    Thanks

    1. I do offer support for 5 speeds, but a little differently than 6 speeds since new or rebuilt control modules for 5 speeds are very expensive. I can build a new harness and typically get customer sourced, used GM or medium duty control modules reprogrammed to use an analog throttle position sensor if your engine is mechanical or does not have the J1939 communications bus. For electronic controlled engines, like your 7.3 you can opt to use what I call a TCR module. This module can rescale the shared throttle position sensor signal from your existing accelerator pedal, and it also keeps that signal active for the transmission system when your cruise control is active.

      I’ll email you specific sales information for your project that includes prices, options, and swap tips.

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