I have a 2004 Celica GTS and I am thinking about installing a short shifter. My understanding is that the TRD
ss will work if I use the stock housing but I also read that it rubs the e-brake handle when trying to put in reverse. Is this true?
From what I read about the TWM ss, it is way too low and uncomfortable for a dailiy driver unless you change the shift knob to something that will make it higher and it is exceptionally stiff, even after it has been broken in. Is this accurate?
A lot of people seem to dislike the B&M ss, but I haven't heard anybody explain why? The B&M website says that it is only for 00-01 Celica's. I assume for the same reason as TRD
, but does it rub the e-brake handle as well?
I have the difficult to put it in reverse problem that I've heard others complain about, but most people blame it on the ss. Will this get worse with a ss, or is it unrelated? When I have the problem, I have to put in in 1st and then reverse. It usually only happens after the car has sat for a while.