: Will a Corvette CAGS eliminator fit on the V?



rbrown81
08-20-06, 05:37 PM
Im trying to determine whether the Cags eliminator from the Vette will fit on the V? I took my cags elim off my Z06 before I sold it, and from what I saw under the caddy, it doesnt look like it will fit.

Anyone know if this is true?

StealthV
08-20-06, 06:08 PM
The V is unique; a Vette one won't work.

rbrown81
08-20-06, 07:12 PM
Bugger!

I guess that means Ill be buying your CAGS eliminator then

While I have your attention stealth, do you make a black tube for your intake system? I noticed your system has an aluminum tube.

Team ZR-1
08-23-06, 11:35 PM
Im trying to determine whether the Cags eliminator from the Vette will fit on the V? I took my cags elim off my Z06 before I sold it, and from what I saw under the caddy, it doesnt look like it will fit.

Anyone know if this is true?


Cag elim is nothing more then a 2 cent resister. try a 2.2K Ohm 1/2 watt simply plug it's legs into the wiring loom connector pins and tape it up.

If you want to know for sure use a Ohm meter and put onto the 2 pins of CAGS on trannie and see what the resistance is.

Best case is via PCM tuning CAGS can be turned off allowing the wiring to CAGs left plugged into the trannie

JR
Team ZR-1 Chevy Corvette Racing Automotive Repair - LS1edit PCM Tuning (http://teamzr1.com)

ctsvett
08-24-06, 12:22 AM
yep... this was my first mod over 2 years ago:

CTS-CTS-V FAQ: CAGS removal procedure (http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/cags/index.html)

Reed

crypto_coyle79
08-24-06, 02:53 AM
depending on your driving style, the 1-4 shift rarely kicks in. Maybe 2-3 times a month for me