"The valvebody is still the brain behind the transmission," commented Cyr. "The computer will tell the valvebody when to shift and at what pressure. But this precision-machined casting still begs to be modified for better, firmer shifts and less heat buildup. The large springs in the picture are installed into the First, Second, and Third gear accumulators, which are machined into the case itself. The other small springs are installed in the valvebody itself to increase base-line pressure and for better coordination of the clutch/bad application timing. The separator plate, which is located between the valvebody and case, will be drilled according to each customer's driving habits."