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I have a turbo 350 that was rebuilt with shift kit it was running good now it is holding 1st gear too long. Is there a adjustment for this.

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Yes,where the detent cable hooks up to the throttle,,push in the d shaped button,and move throttle all the way full throttle and release the throttle,this will set the shift cable .If this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.

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