BAXA MAXA Transmission Firmware Source Code Anyone?

Discussion in 'Engine & Transmission Mods' started by trillobite, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. trillobite

    trillobite Active Member

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    I have been a software engineer for almost a decade now, and there has been one thing which has been bothering me for quite some. If I could just get my hands on the source code to the firmware of our transmissions, and the tools to reprogram, I might be able to adjust the way our transmissions shift, and MAYBE just MAYBE we could have a more reliable transmission.

    It seems that under normal acceleration, our transmissions seem to slip the clutches a bit longer than I am comfortable with, in order to make a smooth shift... I really just want a crisp clean shift no matter if I am going up a hill in acceleration or not.

    But I would also like to ask if this is even something to put effort into. I heard a roomer at one point in the past that Honda produced the 6th gen transmissions to shift smoothly by slipping the clutches, however, I would assume this isn't the best in terms of durability.

    Let me know your thoughts, I am not looking to spring up arguments, but possible solutions.
     
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    The shift points and grade control in the ECU aren't that bad really, it's the mechanical shortcomings of the transmissions that cause the lack luster performance. That and the gearing.
     

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