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I am having trouble finding a short shifter for a R154 tranny. I can find lots for the V160 MKIV, but only the C's for the R154, and thats too much money. Is there any other alternatives other than the home made one?
 

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KozanBMW said:
I am having trouble finding a short shifter for a R154 tranny. I can find lots for the V160 MKIV, but only the C's for the R154, and thats too much money. Is there any other alternatives other than the home made one?
KozanBMW said:
This is a copy?? This is more than the C's I was lookin at.
All nice parts have an entry fee. Welcome to reality.
 

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87turbosupra said:
Are you on fucking crack? Everything on the mkiv is ten times more expensive.......I know........I used to own one.
I don't know... sometimes I just check out the MKIV parts and they seem alot chepaer overall than their MKIII counterparts.

Bigger aftermarket, more competition = better for the consumer.
 

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hamzam said:
I don't know... sometimes I just check out the MKIV parts and they seem alot chepaer overall than their MKIII counterparts.

Bigger aftermarket, more competition = better for the consumer.
Every part I've bought for my car seemed to be at least 100 bucks cheaper than it's 4th gen counterpart.
 

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87turbosupra said:
Are you on fucking crack? Everything on the mkiv is ten times more expensive.......I know........I used to own one.
Well if you go in the f/s section things like springs/shocks, aftermarket manifolds, etc etc are all cheaper. If you look on ebay for shit for the mkiii, the same stuff for the mkiv is usually cheaper.
 

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stock mkiv parts = assload. you couldnt find a v160 6-speed for less then 1 grand...alot of mkiv parts are priced about the same, but some are just really priced high

cheapest short shifter I have found is cutting the stock one down, and rewelding the threads on the end...works great :bigthumb:
 

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yeah there is more aftermarket support readily available but don't worry our mkiii comunity is on the rise. and if not I know there are a few of us that just intend to own them all. As popularity picks up more stuff and cost will come down for us. I mean within the past few years we have lots of stuff made from cf parts from duane and cfx to bolt on turbos from sp... Im sure its only a matter of time till prices come down.
 

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MAN! You newbies have it so easy. 10 years ago you could count the number of parts specifically available for the MkIII on one (maybe two) hand(s). The aftermarket support for the MkIII has increased considerably since I got my Supra - although admitedly some cool parts are no longer available (HKS TEMS Controller and the Toyota TDSE).

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i did the sogi short shift mod and its great, its a ton shorter, and the shifting feels a lot stiffer
 
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