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Re: ERK install write-up (archive)

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Posted by Luxo M3 on June 25, 2000 at 02:11:51:

In Reply to: Re: ERK install write-up posted by Bob ///M3 on June 25, 2000 at 00:42:21:

>Is your M Roadster shifter oriented correctly in the M3. Is the placement in each gear where it should be? Is the height right now since it's higher? I don't guess you're using ball bearing bushings from UUC in your shifter, just their ERK?


BOB:

Right now with a 1/2 days of driving the drop in MRoadster lever with the addition of the ERk is GREAT! The height is kinda like stock M3 but my throws are shorter and virtually notchless.

So my only real complaint might be the shifter height with the ERK, in my case any way. I could always cut the shaft down but that would make for a really bizarre shifter eh?

Must be great to have a comptent wrench nearby. Dinan is about the only guys I think I would trust here in the SF bay area for aftermarket installs. The BMW dealer/service people make me nervous.

Luxo M3


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