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post #11 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-03-2007, 08:51 PM
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before i drop the $$ on this, helo how much did this change the tranny?? install looks pretty basic & something i could do pretty easily, but before i tackle that i'd like to know just how much over stock it changed the shifting, thanks in advance
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post #12 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-09-2007, 05:47 AM
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before i drop the $$ on this, helo how much did this change the tranny?? install looks pretty basic & something i could do pretty easily, but before i tackle that i'd like to know just how much over stock it changed the shifting, thanks in advance
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post #13 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-12-2008, 10:24 AM
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You should enlarge the pictures. I don't think they are big enough....
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excellent write up but I'm still a mech noob that I'd fug it all up somehow!





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Thanks Helo. Nice write up!


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it's kind of hard to see it because the pics are too big


so I took the liberty to make a pdf (print friendly) of your write up...

http://www.tereschubert.com/636/Fact...x6r%20-low.pdf

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it's kind of hard to see it because the pics are too big


so I took the liberty to make a pdf (print friendly) of your write up...

http://www.tereschubert.com/636/Fact...x6r%20-low.pdf

enjoy everyone
I was gonna say the same thing, then I saw your link. Then it didn't work! Anyways is there a way to make it fit to my screen so I don't need to keep scrolling over?

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it's kind of hard to see it because the pics are too big


so I took the liberty to make a pdf (print friendly) of your write up...

http://www.tereschubert.com/636/Fact...x6r%20-low.pdf

enjoy everyone
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super newbie question: What does this exactly do? Prevent misshifts? smoother shifts?

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post #20 of 38 (permalink) Old 08-25-2008, 10:30 AM
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Straight from the Factory Pro website

"The simple "roller bearing detent arm, FPT arm spring and a gasket" kits are designed to get rid of most missed shifts, are about 10%-15% firmer than stock to shift, but do the job of speeding up shifting and help keeping missed shifts from damaging your gears. Firmer spring to speed up shifting and less friction with the roller bearing to let the shift drum move quicker."

If your considering it, plan on droppin $170 for it

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