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Old 09-09-2005, 09:43 PM   #1
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News New!! TiC Klick/Clunk for the WRX folks

WRX folks,
We've put a new bundle together to test the waters on these. Right now we have three of them in stock, and if they go quick we'll start carrying them on a regular basis. Anyway, the short version is Kartboy WRX 5mt lever, front shifter bushing, rear shifter bushing, and the TiC Rear Diff Mount Bushings for $180 (remember - free shipping in the US).

-Clint and Tony (the TiC guys)

Here's the link:
http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=28

And here's the longer description from the site:

We here at Turn In Concepts like saving money when we buy parts. We're pretty sure you do too. In order to help folks out we try and put some bundles together that we think folks will like. As part of this effort we've put together the new TiC Klick Clunk.

See, we realized that we were neglecting the WRX folks with some price savings, and that just won't do. Won't do at all.

The TiC Klick Clunk is for those folks who have a WRX with the stock shifter. How can you tell if you have the stock shifter? Well, take a look. The stock shifter is metal grey in color, has a thick, rubber filled shaft with the rod for the shift knob sticking out of it. If your shift lever is gold colored, and doesn't have a thick, rubber filled shaft then this kit will not work. What about those of you with the gold colored SPT/STi upgrade? Well, lets see how this kit does, and then we'll see about doing one for the folks with the SPT/STi shifter.

Ok, enough with the jibber jabber - what comes in this kit? Well, I'm glad you asked (and if you didn't I'm gonna tell you anyway). With this kit you get four pieces:

* The famous Kartboy 5mt WRX short shift lever
* The ultra-famous Kartboy 5mt front shifter stay bushing
* The quickly becoming famous Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing
* The hopefully one day will be famous TiC rear diff mount bushings

See here's how it breaks down - There are two focuses of this kit. The Klick part and the Clunk part (Now you know how we got the name - not that creative, but it works).

The Klick part is for the shifter feel. For this you get the Kartboy bits (lever, front bushing, and rear bushing). This combination allows you to klick from gear to gear with a quickness you just cannot get with the stock parts in there. The bushings allow for a better definition of each gate and a snap into each gear while the lever significantly shortens the throw length. I'm telling you, these parts are famous for a reason.

The Clunk part is for the really annoying clunk you get from the rear diff moving in its sloppy, wimpy bushings. Unlike what is commonly known as rear diff bushings (which are actually subframe outrigger bushings) the TiC rear diff mount bushings actually go in the mount for the rear diff (Now you know how we came up with that name - kinda boring, but hey it works too). These bushings eliminate the clunk you hear when shifting fast at high RPMs, and with that new shifter setup mentioned above you're going to WANT to shift as much as possible. We've got this whole page further describing the TiC rear diff mount bushings. If you want to read up on more details about these click here. >> http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=17

Ok, so now you know what the kit is, but what about the saving money part? Ok, how about this - $180. That gets you all four pieces - the lever, the front stay bushing, the rear stay bushing, and the rear diff mount bushings. Great parts, decent price - life is good.
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This sounds like a great deal! I'm gonna order one up today.
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Old 09-23-2005, 10:13 AM   #3
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Well, this kit hasn't sold as well as we had hoped, but Tony has decided that we're going to keep it around for a while just to continue to see what kind of interest we get. As for now, I'm locking this thread.

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