This shows the centrifugal governor that is located in the rear part of the transmission and manages
Adjusting Shift Speeds and Shift Feel
The governor is usually much easier to work with than the valve body. Consider going here first if you need changes in either of these two areas:
1. All upshifts can be made earlier, and kickdown can be made less sensitive by increasing governor pressure for any given speed.
2. All upshifts can be made later and kickdown can be made more sensitive, or easier to get, by decreasing governor pressure for any given speed.
Keep in mind that all upshift and kickdown speeds will be altered when changing governor pressure. To increase or decrease governor pressure, first determine whether you are working on a weight type or a valve type governor, to determine what changes to perform, to get the shifts where you want them