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Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 4:58 pm
by 91C02920
Hi, I wanted to know if you can add Tap Shift to a 9C1 using a G8 shifter (or 9C3 shifter same difference as far as I can tell).
My assumption is yes, as you seem to have done it for Kevin Sullivan, but honestly I don't know if that was a one off of some sorts, or just putting in the factory tap shift, and I don't see a tap shift option on the order page.

Also, do you need my BCM or can I send in any BCM I get from the junk yard?
I wanted to ask in case you need to copy the factory setup for my car for some reason.

Thanks

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:31 pm
by GTPprix
Yes but please contact us from our website.

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Sat Dec 12, 2015 5:35 pm
by S13REMI
also very interested in this. tried reaching out to you via the website and never heard back.

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 12:33 am
by GTPprix
S13REMI wrote:also very interested in this. tried reaching out to you via the website and never heard back.
When did you contact us? We are only open on the weekends but typically try to reply at night during the week if at all possible.

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 2:46 pm
by S13REMI
about a month ago. Ill do it again today

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:25 pm
by GTPprix
FYI didn't get anything for a PPV (nothing in our spam either).

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2016 4:21 pm
by cal30_sniper
Dragging this up, I just inquired on your website about this feature as well. I'm stuck between doing the BCM re-program, or modifying the shifter and using the Holden sport/TC switch like PPV did in his swap. I'd prefer to do it as per the factory and retain the tap shift function of the G8/9C3.

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:37 am
by Maxspeed96ct
Bump to this old thread. I'm in the process of installing a g8 shifter and would like to enable sport and tutd on the g8 shifter.

Aside from having chris program the Bcm. What are the wiring details?

I see from another thread is says pin 1 on the shifter goes to pin 17 on the Bcm . Then pin 4 on the shifter goes to 30 on the BcM.

Is that all there is to it ? What happens to my old gray Sport wire in pin 5 ?

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:10 am
by Big Rich 01
Maxspeed96ct wrote:Bump to this old thread. I'm in the process of installing a g8 shifter and would like to enable sport and tutd on the g8 shifter.

Aside from having chris program the Bcm. What are the wiring details?

I see from another thread is says pin 1 on the shifter goes to pin 17 on the Bcm . Then pin 4 on the shifter goes to 30 on the BcM.

Is that all there is to it ? What happens to my old gray Sport wire in pin 5 ?

ditto

Re: Tap Shift for a 9C1 with a G8 Shifter

Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:12 pm
by 91C02920
Big Rich 01 wrote:
Maxspeed96ct wrote:Bump to this old thread. I'm in the process of installing a g8 shifter and would like to enable sport and tutd on the g8 shifter.

Aside from having chris program the Bcm. What are the wiring details?

I see from another thread is says pin 1 on the shifter goes to pin 17 on the Bcm . Then pin 4 on the shifter goes to 30 on the BcM.

Is that all there is to it ? What happens to my old gray Sport wire in pin 5 ?

ditto

Maxspeed96ct got his done and posted details on the wires:
http://newcaprice.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2377" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Also check this thread on how to wire it up:
http://newcaprice.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=1578" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I did exactly as I posted there.

Both Maxspeed96ct and I didn't need any special programing to get TUTD to work in our cars after it was wired according to factory, so install and wire your shifter up first and test it out. if it doesn't work for some reason, Chris would be the man to talk to .