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Well, which one would u recommend? (archive)

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Posted by ///M3 on June 18, 2000 at 20:46:18:

In Reply to: NOT for the M3. It's for the Z3 (more) posted by Rob @ UUC Motorwerks on June 18, 2000 at 20:05:25:

For a 95M3? Whats the difference between the evo vs original ss? And where could i get it installed?

: Why would you suggest a shift kit that messes up the E36 ergonomics by putting the shifter too low?

: Ron's kit is designed for the Z3. Installation in the M3 results in a shifter too low, I've tried it.

: Remember, the M3 GT 6-speed and Porsche 911 GT1 use a shifter that is taller. There's no point in shortenting your shift time if it's harder and longer to reach the short lever.

: And not only that, UUC is the only BMW short shifter to use cartridge bearings in the lower pivot for smoother and lower (~ 1lb) effort.

: - Rob Levinson
: UUC Motorwerks

: : I would suggest a Ron Stygar Short Shift kit.

: : He will sell you exactly what you need for a lower price than UUC.

: : You wont be disappointed.

: : Ask around.

: : Dan

: : : I hear everyone talking about a SS kit from UUC. Which one is the one that is such a good bang for the buck?
: : : And where could I get it installed if I ordered one?




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