GEAR CHANGE

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chardy1
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GEAR CHANGE

Post by chardy1 »

JUST WONDERING HAS ANY ONE OUT THERE FITTED THE MOD TO SHORTEN THE GEAR CHANGE MOTION BY 25% AS SOLD BY VARIOUS DEALERS WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF IT IS A SUCCESS.CHEERS
BRIAN.

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Post by jayc »

I'd like to know this to, in my expereince though short shifts give a very notchy feel..something i dont think would work on these boxes, could be completely wrong though. jay

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Post by Plasticman »

Original set up well maintained is fine IMHO
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Post by Aberdeenbus »

Ive a good and well maintained set up and yes it works.

It didnt take too long to fit and is well worth the £30.

It wont make a crap shift any better but it certainly makes a good one abit more liveable.

I would reccomend it


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Re: GEAR CHANGE

Post by eatcustard »

Fitting one, may cause your gear stick to snap sooner than later*



*So I have read on brickworks, some time ago, and I cant find the link
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Re: GEAR CHANGE

Post by Aberdeenbus »

lol its just a price you may have to pay, anything easy usualy costs later

http://www.brickwerks.co.uk/shop?page=s ... word=shift

where mine came from

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