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hephaestus
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hephaestus Sep 25, 3:22am - #284020 
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Review of Speed Source cable bushings

I installed the Speed Source cable bushings a little while ago. I feel almost no difference. I had recently purchased a B&M knock-off SS that included the shifter base bushings. Those made the most noticeable improvement in shifter feel by far and I love it. The cable bushings (unless I installed them wrong) barely make much of a difference on top of the shifter housing bushings. Everything is a tad crisper or not. The install was cake (only had to remove the battery and plastic tray). Getting the old bushings out on my car took some effort. Other than that, easy. Maybe tomorrow I will reinspect/redue it w/pics. I missed out on 10 hrs. OT on Sat. and 4 hrs. of double time on Sun. at my job (and I'm not talking $10.00 hr wages) , so now I'm pissed and have time to kill time or time to party. I just went off topic didn't I? Any more input would be great. I'll try to take some pics. tomorrow.
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QTRMLR_1 Sep 25, 7:56am - #284021 

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just curious...what did your shifting feel like before? What did your rubber bushings look like when you took them out? were they stretched out and not even worth a dollar hehe?

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