Tremec 3650 3-4 shift

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    4.6modular New Member

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    Hey everyone I'm new here and wondering if anyone has had trouble shifting from 3-4th at high rpm's. The other day I was passing someone. Shifted from 3-4, released the clutch and I heard a big bang. After that has happened it still continues to shift normally. Is that problem shift forks or sychros. :shrug:
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    Wow...never had that problem, 3 to 4 and 4 to 5 have always been very smooth for me. I'd much rather have your problem than the clunky 1 to 2 shift everyone else seems to have with the 3650. I'm curious as to what it would be, I doubt it was the shift fork or synchros because if they were it would do it every time.

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    I would definately get that checked
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    Maybe it wasn't all the way in fourth when you released the clutch?
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    neoclasiccl Founding Member

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    You probably let the clutch out to early before the gear was fully engaged. If it shifts normal then I wouldn't worry to much about it. If there are symptoms that a tech could see then I would bring it in otherwise they will just say everything is fine and send you on your way.
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    I didn't think about that
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    The 3-4 shift is my easiest and quickest shift.
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