I'm not sure of my full throttle shift points, I'll try and 'test' it in a few days. I do know that it's normally in 3rd by the time I get to the other side of the intersection on normal cruising speed.
Okay, thanks for clearing that up for me. Is there a way to adjust the shift points through the modulator or some other means? I've heard that some of the aftermarket modulators have adjustment screws for altering shift points...is that correct?
Some after market modulators do have an ajustment but I think the adjustment is for firming up the shift not altering the shift point. The adjustment is in the vac. port on the modulator, you use a small allen wrench.
I just returned from a test run, and mine shifts from 1-2 at approx 4000 rpm, speed is approx 40 mph. The 2-3 shift is at approx 4100 rpm, speed approx 70 mph. We match on the 1-2 shift rpm but your 2-3 is low, compared to mine. I could understand it being set to shift from the factory at 4000 for a stock engine, it's a safe ceiling. You can always manually upshift it.