I'm not aware of the fix. I used the first revision and I'm going strong after 50k.
I do not think the rev issue you're seeing, Joe, is related to the servos. However, this is the internet and there are armies of people willing to tell me I'm wrong.
My first thought is the spring in the valve...
The trans did not need to be replaced and the problems that you had with your original will return with this one. Only the solenoid problem was fixed; a $300 part. The servos and spring are just as weak as they ever were.
You'll need some frinkin' huge extensions. That's about it.
I eyeballed the .030". You're creating a seating channel for the viton rings to sit on the pistons.
I could do this job in about four hours now; with no complications. You should plan a full weekend. The exhaust will cause problems.
1. That's a countersink bit. You want .030" relief and you want something in the 80° range.
2. I would hate to hear of any man dropping his balls. Good luck doing it in the car; it's well worth the removal. Your clutch spring will fall out and also the rubber valve on top of it. It's in one of...