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Play in the shifter #153179 Apr 13, 7:06am Apr 13, 7:06am
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Play in the shifter
I've noticed that the shifter in my car (the new 2002+ base/rod) is more rubbery than the old one, you can move the rod slightly from side to side...

Can this be alleviated with a SS (twm) and those speed source aluminum linkage bushins? frown


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Are you talking about when you put the the stick in neutral, you can kind of move it the the left or right, front to back like its almost a little loose?

If so, this probably won't help much with your question, but my TRD SS does that. I think its normal.

I would imagine thought that since the TWM is so much shorter and stiffer that it would, at least, be improved.

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no, when the stick is in gear, you can wobble it from side to side.

I think I want to get the TWM SS, it's been since christmas since I had the update done to the tranny, and I don't think its going to break anymore...

where would the best place to buy this be? claremont toyota has it for $135 with free next day air shipping, but that might be wrong? confused


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Lowest price I've seen is $135 +shipping. If you can get it with that shipping I would definately go with them thumbsup

Re: Play in the shifter #153183 Apr 13, 7:30am Apr 13, 7:30am
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not sure if they have it in stock though, I don't want to pay for it and have to wait 2 months to save $15


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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
not sure if they have it in stock though, I don't want to pay for it and have to wait 2 months to save $15


check out titanmotorsports, or give them a call, and ask for bottle thumbsup

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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
I've noticed that the shifter in my car (the new 2002+ base/rod) is more rubbery than the old one, you can move the rod slightly from side to side...

Can this be alleviated with a SS (twm) and those speed source aluminum linkage bushins? frown



i have twm and a 2002 and the rod is still lose i hate it it shudd been hard and stiff it make`s it feel more cheap

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the stock shifter assembly sits on rubber mounts, and the TWM comes with the aluminum ones, that stiffens it up a good bit, I really like it

I got mine from Claremont, they had it in stock, but they shipped mine to the wrong person first, so I had to wait twice the shipping time, I didnt get the next day air though

Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153187 Apr 13, 2:08pm Apr 13, 2:08pm
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I have a stock shifter, and wondered about the play as well...I spent $30 and put in kumosport direct shift bushings (aluminum), and its really, really firm now...A short shifter will probably do the trick, but I'm not drag racing, and don't really need one

Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153188 Apr 13, 2:57pm Apr 13, 2:57pm
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
no, when the stick is in gear, you can wobble it from side to side.

I think I want to get the TWM SS, it's been since christmas since I had the update done to the tranny, and I don't think its going to break anymore...

where would the best place to buy this be? claremont toyota has it for $135 with free next day air shipping, but that might be wrong? confused


thats where i orderd mine and i was really happy it came quick and with very detailed directions so you can put it in yourself.


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Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153189 Apr 13, 2:59pm Apr 13, 2:59pm
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installing those bushings is a ten minute job, keep in mine I've replaced the shift cables on my tranny twice, and taking the shifter housing apart for 3 SS installs. spineyes

Maybe I'll look into a set of those.


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Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153190 Apr 13, 3:00pm Apr 13, 3:00pm
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
installing those bushings is a ten minute job, keep in mine I've replaced the shift cables on my tranny twice, and taking the shifter housing apart for 3 SS installs. spineyes

Maybe I'll look into a set of those.


didnt know that, it should be a cakewalk for you


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Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153191 Apr 13, 3:01pm Apr 13, 3:01pm
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the bushings do help...like I said...its really firm and locked into the gear

Re: Play in the shifter [Re: DiabloGTS] #153192 Apr 13, 3:04pm Apr 13, 3:04pm
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I figured it was the rubbery bushings at the base of the stock housing.

There is also some bronze bushings from speedsource, might have to check into them.

Thanks, guys! wave


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