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right now i have the b&m shifter but it doesn't seem like it shortened up the throw on the 6 speed that much:( anyone have experiences with several different setups and opinions:)
 

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yo

jeremy..the BD shifter in my car works well...check it out if your down my way...


p.s...hows that vpc workin out for ya?
 
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weedwhacker said:
jeremy..the BD shifter in my car works well...check it out if your down my way...


p.s...hows that vpc workin out for ya?
haven't put it in yet, want to send my ecu to get the rev limiter raised first, plus i have my car torn down to the engine block right now so i can't hook up the air metering devices yet. what you driving now that it's winter, what are your plans for your supdawg?:D
 

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Well, I don’t know what year your car is, but from my experiences the short throw shift kits do not seem to do much in terms of shortening the “throw” for 1993.5 – 1995 Twin Turbo Supras. Now, for the 1997 – 1998 Twin Turbo Supras, which came with a much longer “throw” shifter than the 1993.5 – 1995 Twin Turbo Supras, the short throw shift kits do make a noticeable difference.
 
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I recently installed the B&M unit and I LOVE it! fully polished and reduces throw by 40%. Sorry for no pics @ this time but I sell them for $250.
 

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yo

jeremy..

i';m driving my non turbo 87 300zx for thr winter...

next spring sees thre dawg with a 75shot nos...until the stockers blow...then a phr stage 2 kit...600rwhp, spools like bpu..awesome...

either that or a used kit off the net...either is fine...:D
 
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