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  • ACCEL RAMJET 1000CFM

    WARNING! These parts are engineered to work together in a specific manner. Any variation from these installation instructions or modification

    made to any part in our TV Made EZ system will void all warranties, written, implied or otherwise! IMPORTANT NOTICE If you have a used transmission or one rebuilt by another company, you will need to install our custom length spring into the valve

    body. This is not an optional step. If you fail to install our spring you will try to run this transmission in an SSS (Short Spring Syndrome) condition which can quickly prove fatal to your transmissions frictions. This is a very simple easy installation but

    MUST be done!

    STEP 1

    Disconnect any cables connected to your bracket (Throttle cable, TV Cable). Remove the bracket by unscrewing the 3 bolts and setting them aside. You will use

    these bolts for your new bracket.

    STEP 2

    Using a a saw or grinder, remove the stud from the linkage. Cut or grind the outer section of the cable connection point from the linkage. The cut off point is denoted

    by the red arrow in the far right picture. Be sure to not cut or grid off the raised base since it will be used as an indexing guide for our adapter piece.

    STEP 3

    To install the adapter plate, you must remove the nut that holds the linkage on. While holding your linkage at full throttle, use a 10mm (or 1/2") wrench to remove the nut, set it aside. Take note of the spring tension on the

    linkage. Don't try to remove this linkage, hold it onto the throttle shaft.

    STEP 4 The picture at the near left shows the side of the adapter that will be against the linkage when it's in stall like in the picture at the far left. The arrow at the right indicates the recess where the remaining raised base (arrow on the left) of the

    cable attachment stud that was cut off in step number 2 will index into this adapter.Flip the adapter piece over and slip it over the throttle shaft, index it over the raised base. Install the nut which was removed in the previous step number 3, this will secure the adapter to the linkage. Please note the slots in the face of this

    adapter where the cam roll pins ride. STEP 5

    Align the roll pins on the back side of the cam into the slots on the linkage adapter plate. Once the cam is indexed correctly, install the 8/32" cap screw and tighten using the provided 9/64" Allen wrench. Use cautionl not to over tighten this small

    screw.

    STEP 6

    Install the new bracket on to your Accel unit where the old bracket was located, using the same bolts you removed while taking the original bracket. Attach the TV

    and throttle cables to this bracket.

    Follow the stainless steel cable adjustment procedures.

  • SETTING UP YOUR TV CABLE

    Refer to the TV cable installation instructions

    PRESSURE TEST Congratulations, you now have the mounting plate, linkage adapter, cam and have the TV cable installed.

    If you purchased one of our transmissions, our warranty requires a correct TV set up, pressure verification and correct operation be demonstrated during a test drive. Click on the pressure gauge installation guide link below, hook the pressure gauge up to your transmission. Then: click on the pressure test procedures below, take your pressure readings and call us. Once proper operating pressures and responses are verified, you will be ready for your test drive! Our written test driving procedure (click below) will walk you through a step by step process which is designed to confirm that all transmissions functions are working correctly. During the test drive you will should confirm that your new transmission is operating at the proper temperature. Also during the test driving procedure you are encouraged to try the various cam positions. This system allows you to fine tune the light and medium throttle driving characteristics. Once you find the best position for your vehicle combination, you should remove each screw and put a spot of 242 Lock-Tite on the threads to prevent them from coming loose over time. Enjoy!

    If you purchased one of our TV Made EZ systems but don't have one of our transmissions, you are welcome to call us anyway. We would be happy to walk you through our set up, pressure testing and test driving procedures.

    760-947-5240 Ask for our technical service department.

  • TV SPRING INSTALLATION

    700R4 STEP 1

    700R4 INSTRUCTIONS With the pan removed, locate the TV lever and bracket assembly held to the valve body assembly by the two bolts. Disconnect the TV cable at the carburetor / fuel injection linkage. Remove the two bolts(circled in red) holding the TV Lever arm and bracket assembly onto the valve body. The TV lever and bracket assembly is

    indexed over the roll pin.

    700R4 STEP 2

    Remove the roll pin(red arrow)using a pair pliers. Try to not damage the roll pin or lose it as you will be putting it back in once you are finished.

    700R4 STEP 3

    You will then need to remove the TV Plunger and the bushing. To do this, simply pull the TV plunger and bushing out. Now remove the old spring. If the TV plunger and bushing prove difficult, you can make the TV plunger act as a slide hammer

    by simply pushing it all the way in, release it in such a way as to cause it to "snap" back out, repeat this action as necessary until you get it removed.

    700R4 STEP 4

    Slide the new spring that came in your kit, in place of the old one. Replace the TV Plunger and the bushing as they were before. Insert the roll pin, making sure the roll pin lines up with the "slot keyway". Replace the TV

    lever and bracket assembly. Fill with fluid.

    2004R STEP 1

    2004R INSTRUCTIONS With the pan removed, locate the TV lever and bracket assembly held to the valve body assembly by the two bolts. Disconnect the TV cable at the carburetor / fuel injection linkage. Remove the two bolts(circled in red) holding the TV Lever arm and bracket assembly onto the valve body. The TV lever and bracket assembly is

    indexed over the roll pin.

    2004R STEP 2

    Remove the roll pin(red arrow)using a pair pliers. Try to not damage the roll pin or lose it as you will be putting it back in once you are finished.

    2004R STEP 3

    You will then need to remove the TV Plunger and the bushing. To do this, simply pull the TV plunger and bushing out. Now remove the old spring. If the TV plunger and bushing prove difficult, you can make the TV plunger act as a slide hammer by simply pushing it all the way in, release it in such a way as to cause it to

    "snap" back out, repeat this action as necessary until you get it removed.

    2004R STEP 4

    Slide the new spring that came in your kit, in place of the old one. Replace the TV Plunger and the bushing as they were before. Insert the roll pin, making sure the roll pin lines up with the "slot keyway". Replace the TV

    lever and bracket assembly. Fill with fluid.

  • CHECKING THE TV VALVE ASSEMBLY

    CALIBRATION PROCEDURE Time, heat and continuous use, will invariably cause the components of the transmissions' Throttle Valve system (part throttle valve, spring

    and throttle valve) to loose their precise calibration relationship. Bow Tie Overdrives TV Made EZ system is engineered to work with a properly calibrated part throttle, spring and TV valve assembly. Our TV Made EZ system cannot fix programming issues associated with an incorrectly calibrated TV system. In fact, if left out of calibration, our system can sometimes exaggerate these issues. Fixing a TV

    valve system that's out of calibration is quite simple, quick and easy. We have always relied on Transgo's Patented TV correction system. We have tried many systems offered by other companies and the Transgo kit is the most foolproof. We use, highly

    recommend and offer for sale, their TV correction kit for $27.00 and have them in stock for immediate shipment.

    NOTES The TV system directly and indirectly controls or influences just about everything that occurs during the operation of a Th-700R4 or Th- 2004R. Everything the transmission needs to know about pressure control plus all aspects of the transmissions behavior must be signaled to these transmissions through the TV cable system. To enjoy the incredible benefits of these modern overdrive automatics, we Hot Rodders no longer have the crudely simple but very effective "no brainer" vacuum modulator signal to protect and control the transmission like used in the ever popular Th-350 and Th-400 transmissions. No more plug and play!

    The following is a quick overview of the things directly controlled or influenced by the TV Cable system.

    Hydraulic pump volume output, pressure boost and regulation (critical to friction life) Upshift timing and feel in relationship to throttle position (critical to your enjoyment) Part throttle down shifts (when it happens relative to accelerator pedal position)) Full throttle detent down shifts (when and how many gears) Shift firmness, timing and feel (critical to overall enjoyment)

    While all these items are important for proper transmission operation, sufficient hydraulic pump output and adequate fluid pressure during all operating situations is critical to survivability and longevity. Even the most expensive, highest quality frictions (bands and clutches) will eventually fail if allowed to slip excessively. Any increase in torque output by your engine must be instantly offset by at least an offsetting amount of hydraulic clamp