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Old 01-28-2002, 08:21 PM   #1
PeterJ
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2002 impreza RS

Default Cobb shifter bushing

Price paid: around $40 shipped
Time to install: about half an hour or more
Improvement: marginal
Negative comments: none
Overall opinion: neutral to slightly positive

Installation is simple (just remove one nut), but getting the OEM bushing out was a pain. I used grease and a screw driver to pry it out. This product is of a harder material than stock as advertised, and you can feel it when shifting. Now the gearshift movement kind of reminds me of the way cabinet doors snap shut when they are almost closed. It made shifting slightly more notchy. There was no increase in noise or vibration. Is it absolutely necessary? ...probably not...for me anyway. I still crunch from 1st to 2nd sometimes. The car should have come with a harder bushing like this already. It does do what Cobb says, but I was expecting more because of all the hype. I'm happy I have it, but not with the price.
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