El Paso, TX; March 18, 2014 – As vehicle electronic requirements continue to evolve and gain acceptance in the aftermarket, MSD is at the forefront of integrating electronic controls and technology to keep the installation and programming simple. MSD’s Atomic EFI systems, known for its simplicity and performance, has shifted gears and now offers an advanced transmission controller for late model GM and Ford transmissions.
The Atomic Transmission Control Module (TCM) delivers the ability to control and set up the operating dynamics of your GM and Ford transmission including shift points and firmness, auto-shift or manual shift, converter clutch control, A and B calibrations, and even provides a dyno mode. All of these features are simple to adjust, set and even monitor from a handheld controller – no PC is required.
There are two Atomic TCM’s available; one for use as a stand-alone system for use with carburetors and aftermarket fuel injection systems. The other version integrates into the Atomic EFI system through MSD’s emerging Brainwave communication network.
The Brainwave technology is built into MSD’s Atomic EFI systems and allows for the TCM and EFI to share operating information. This integration of data reduces connections and components while avoiding sensor duplication. In fact, when used with an Atomic EFI, the same handheld monitor is used to program both the EFI and TCM!
The Stand-Alone Atomic TCM is PN 2760, and the TCM for Brainwave/Atomic EFI is PN 2761. A transmission harness must be purchased separately (see atomicEFI.com).
For more information on the MSD Atomic Transmission Controller, go to www.msdperformance.com or contact Erik Brock at email@example.com or 915-856-2420.
Founded in 1970, MSD is one of the most recognized industry names in ignition system products, EFI products and high performance parts. The company designs, develops, tests and manufactures its entire line ignition boxes, distributors, EFI systems, coils, spark plug wires, crank triggers and other performance parts from its headquarters in El Paso, TX. MSD is part of the MSDP Group LLC family.
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