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Re: Short Shift Interest . . .NO WORRIES... (archive)

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Posted by Ben Liaw on October 01, 1998 at 09:11:24:

In Reply to: Short Shift Interest . . . posted by KJ on October 01, 1998 at 02:27:21:

Yes, the quality of all current kits ARE suspect...they've been taking short cuts to short shifting. Typically, the shifting gets notchier AND the effort increases. Not a real upgrade, huh?

I'm doing the research now, and like our current kits, it will be done correctly...with geometry correcting parts, shorter shifts, no increased notchiness, no increased effort and no increased vibration (a common complaint of other kits).

I'll keep the board posted (literally).

Regards,
Ben Liaw

: Hi

: I am very interested in the SS Kit for my Euro Spec //M Roadster. However, I have heard that the quality of kits on the current market are suspect.

: The gearchange looses it's feel and becomes sloppy!

: What is yours like and how much will it cost me.

: Khush Jabble




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