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Comp EVO is notchier than stock. Get ECU/CAI (e) (archive)

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Posted by PeteS on June 18, 2000 at 00:33:28:

In Reply to: Re: UUC Short Shifter Experience posted by Slick///M3 on June 17, 2000 at 13:06:08:

: : I would say that the first and best bang for the buck mod to do is the short shift kit for this car.

: : It feels like the car went on a diet and is now ready for battle. I did the tranny mounts also.

: I'd like to hear a more detailed description of how the feel of the car changed so radically. My guess is that you mean that power delivery seems enhanced, because your new shifter is not as long a throw, and is not "notchy", hence delaying your shifts. True?

: Did you get the competition-evo kit, and delrin bushings?

: I was thinking of adding the competition-evo kit, but lately, I think that a shark injector + CAI might be much more fun. My stock 97 coupe shifter seems pretty smooth.

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: thx




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