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Clos Feb 18, 11:02pm - #403665 
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finally i got my baby something

i finally got something for my baby. im going to install them tomorow morning, cant wait
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Clos Feb 18, 11:03pm - #403666 
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CaLiGTS Feb 18, 11:05pm - #403667 

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UFCELI Feb 18, 11:12pm - #403668 

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Nice buy...I plan on getting those and the shifter base bushings in the near future thumbsup

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Zero Feb 18, 11:12pm - #403669 

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rofl rofl rofl rofl i love that chop thumbsup rofl

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Clos Feb 18, 11:42pm - #403670 
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hey does any one have this, i tried installing them but my tranni didnt look nothing like the one shown in the install guide, i got a 2000 celica, but i got my tranni changed i guess to a 03 or 04 do to bad synchros, so are this for a 00 only?
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Zero Feb 19, 12:15am - #403671 

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you have a 03-04 GTS tranny now, right? maybe DBW has something to do with it confused

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Clos Feb 19, 1:32am - #403672 
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ahhh i guess so, can any one with a 2000 tranni take pix like this one so i can compare
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Clos Feb 19, 1:33am - #403673 
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Clos Feb 19, 1:34am - #403674 
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RookieGTS Feb 19, 2:40am - #403675 

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what are those for? lol
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Clos Feb 19, 2:42am - #403676 
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better shifting
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Clos Feb 19, 4:57am - #403677 
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ahhhhh i didnt give up guys, i went to the other site and everyone had nothing but good things to say about this. so i went out and finished here are some pix
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Clos Feb 19, 4:57am - #403678 
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Clos Feb 19, 4:59am - #403679 
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Clos Feb 19, 5:00am - #403680 
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Clos Feb 19, 5:18am - #403681 
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i will totaly recomend this mod, its the first step you should take on better shifting, before you go short shifter. i tell you it feels so much better, i dont know how to explain it but it feels a lot better. i could tell from the second i moved the shifter. everyone should get one
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Chelica815 Feb 19, 7:51am - #403682 
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So installation is cake? How much are they and where is the best place to get them?

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SIK44 Feb 19, 8:20am - #403683 
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I was thinkin about gettin that, but wasnt sure it was worth it. So, ill take ur word for it and hook that up, thanks man thumbsup
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maingear Feb 19, 8:48am - #403684 

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That's Brass not Urathane right??
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GTS_Rosh Feb 19, 6:04pm - #403685 

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The install looks pretty straight forward. I was thinking of doing this too. Can you describe more what the feeling is like afterwards, like the shifting is tighter, more precise? Did it get rid of any of the knotchiness?

But I heard one downside is that with the new harder bushings, there is the risk of snapping your shifter cable! Would that apply to our cars too, is that like a strong cable or what?
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Clos Feb 20, 12:07am - #403686 
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^^^^^^^^^^^ the shifting is tighter, yes its a lot more precise. now i havent hear of any cables snapping. there is a lot of other user on the other sites that got this and are very happy with them.

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yes its pretty easy ones you find them in your engine bay, you can get them from
http://www.speed-source.net/products/shifter_cable.htm
and ones you install them make sure you use the stock pin. even do they give you 2 new pins stock ones are always better.
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celicafourotwo Feb 21, 12:23am - #403687 

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how much did you pay for shipping??

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Clos Feb 21, 1:54am - #403688 
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^^^ damn dude can you read, i gave the link above. then buy the toyota version for 26 SHIPPED as stated on the site
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n8mulder Feb 21, 5:39pm - #403689 

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Cool thanks for the info. I was looking to replace mine a while back with just the stock OEM rubber ones, but these are much better. The OEM Rubber bushings are good for a little while, but these brass bushings will slide much better and will probably never wear out. Thank again... thumbsup

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hombredelassrtas Feb 21, 7:58pm - #403690 

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clos do we need the reg toyota ones fomr there or the "toyota big" version?

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Clos Feb 21, 8:13pm - #403691 
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Clos Feb 21, 8:27pm - #403692 
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damn guys read please read.
The Toyota version of the kit fits most front wheel drive cars with manual transmission. It fits MR2 85'-95', MR2 Spyder, Corolla, Tercel, Camry, Celica,New Celica, Matrix, Pontiac Vibe and more!

Only $26 shipped to the USA, Canada, AND Western Europe!

The Toyota BIG! version of the kit fits 93' to 99' Celica, and 94'+ Camry and Solara. One of the bushings is much larger than in the regular kit.

Only $28 shipped to the USA, Canada, AND Western Europe!
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hombredelassrtas Feb 21, 8:46pm - #403693 

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sorry bro i was jsut double checking with someone who got it already. Thanks for your help

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Clos Feb 21, 10:24pm - #403694 
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yeah my bad for being a lil harsh
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shox Feb 21, 11:49pm - #403695 

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Looks good Clos, was it a big difference?

And for those who are in on the GB with me, I guess you can take his word for the better shifting.

Also, for those who are looking to buy, the GB is still on in the For Sale section for $25 shipped.
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Chelica815 Feb 22, 6:35am - #403696 
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Here is the link for lazy people like myself
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...&PHPSESSID=

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Clos Feb 22, 3:14pm - #403697 
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i would highly recomend it, and im sure no one would regret it. shifting is a lot better, acurate, im sure everyone will love it
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hombredelassrtas Feb 22, 7:31pm - #403698 

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lol saving a whole buck wink

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slim Feb 24, 9:54am - #403699 
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hey, someone might be able to help me out. Ever since i got my car, at 8k miles, ive had trouble getting it into reverse. it goes in, but its really hard to push it in sometimes. there are times where ill sit there and try to get it in reverse, but it just wont fall in, so i bring the stick back to the left, then try again. could these bushings help with this, or is it something else.
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Clos Feb 24, 1:21pm - #403700 
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yeas this well help. i have no proble in getting to reverse
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hombredelassrtas Feb 24, 10:23pm - #403701 

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mien does that occasionally, i jsut have to get off the clutch and try agian. normally goes in 1 try, adn mine is not even a year old smile

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