B&M Shift Kit for AWD 2000 Astro

B&M Shift Kit for AWD 2000 Astro

Postby ssbf1 [OP] » April 21st 2009, 2:45pm

With a B&M Shift Improver, what setting do you guys recommend for general use? Heavy Duty, or Street/Strip
The shifting is already so soft I thought I would use the Street/Strip setting, but do not want it to be too
radical. :chevy:
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