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Old 09-23-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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Lightbulb TiC shifter kits for the STi folks, and rear diff kits for almost everyone

Hey STi folks -

We have a number of kits in stock to help your shifter feel better (Ok, not just better, but flat out, jump up and down, "new puppy or kitten for your birthday excited" amazing). Here's the breakdown of what each kit gets you:

Super Shifter Set
Kartboy STi 6mt lever
Kartboy 6mt front shifter stay bushing
Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing
TiC Shift linkage bushings

Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=12

Here's the price: $230 (free shipping in the US)

Notes: This is a great package for folks looking to upgrade everything that can possibly be upgraded at this time for the STi shifter.

Bodacious Bushing Bundle:
Kartboy 6mt front shifter stay bushing
Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing
TiC shift linkage bushings

Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=10

Here's the price: $90 (still free shipping in the US)

Notes: This is a great kit for those folks who already have a lever or like the stock lever. It will greatly enhance the feeling and definition of each "gate" for each gear.

Front Klicky Kit:
Kartboy 6mt front shifter stay bushing
TiC shift linkage bushings

Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...&products_id=4

Here's the price: $60 (did I mention the free US shipping?)

Notes: This is a good entry level kit for the budget minded. These two bushings will have the largest impact on shifter feel for your 6mt setup.

Rear Klicky Kit:
Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing
TiC shift linkage bushings

Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=11

Here's the price: $60 (yup, free shipping in the US on all TiC orders)

Notes: This kit is for the folks who have already upgraded the front stay bushing (a very popular first mod). This kit gets you the rest of the bushings you need to maximize the feel of your shifter.

Just the TiC linkage bushings:
Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...&products_id=2

Here's the price: $30 (I'm serious - free shipping in the US)

Notes: This is for the folks who already have the front and rear bushings, but are looking to eliminate that side to side slop.

Oh, and for the folks with an STi, WRX or RS:

Klunk Killer:
Kartboy rear subframe outrigger bushings
TiC rear diff mount bushings

Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=24

Here's the price: $70 (Go ahead and take a guess on the shipping)

Notes: A great kit for tightening up the rear of the car, and eliminating to clunk you hear during high rpm/hard, fast shifts.

TiC rear diff mount bushings:
Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=17

Here's the price: $40 (no, I'm serious take a guess on the shipping)

Notes: A great solution for curing your rear diff clunk, tightening the feel of the car, but with very little NVH.

Kartboy rear subframe outrigger bushings
Here's the link: http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...products_id=23

Here's the price: $32 (if you guessed free shipping in the US then you are absolutely correct)

Notes: A good solution for eliminating the rear diff clunk. Super easy and quick install that will tighten up the rear of the car, but there is an increase in NVH. We strongly suggest using the Kartboy/Peaty install technique for installation of these.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:00 AM   #2
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Interested in the kit with just all the bushings. Anyone have this? How much of a difference does it make? My shifter seems to be kind of "gated" i guess you could call it, basically i'm having trouble getting 5th when i'm racing will this help with that a little bit? Could it quicken my shifts too? Thanks guys.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:02 AM   #3
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it won't "quicken" your shifts as you still will need to let the synchros do their job. What it will quicken is finding the gate for each gear, and providing you with feedback of a postive click when it snaps into place.

Lots of folks have these, and there are review scattered throughout Nasioc and a bunch over on iwsti.com.

As for finding 5th - I was having the same trouble during autocross, but it was with 3rd. That's what prompted us to make the linkage bushings to begin with.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:06 AM   #4
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Cool thanks i'm also interested in getting rid of that anoying clunk. Can these prices be had on your website or is this a deal just for us cuz you like us so much

Edit: Awesome i'm going auto crossing this sat for the first time. I'll get a feel for it and maybe it'll drive me to get the bushings even sooner.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:47 AM   #5
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Cool thanks i'm also interested in getting rid of that anoying clunk. Can these prices be had on your website or is this a deal just for us cuz you like us so much

Edit: Awesome i'm going auto crossing this sat for the first time. I'll get a feel for it and maybe it'll drive me to get the bushings even sooner.
Those are the standard normal prices straight from the website.

If you're autocrossing this weekend then you will definately hear the clunk. I personally think it sounds like sonic booms coming from the trunk.
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Old 09-23-2005, 04:26 PM   #6
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Yeah i drag race it and deffinitly hear it on the shifts. Can't be good for stuff to be slamming around like that gonna have to solve that problem.
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Old 09-24-2005, 12:32 AM   #7
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looking for just the KB shifter arm, and the associated bushing(s)/pin. i already have the sti short shifter option installed, and want the shorter lever (snd busings for it, if you think they'll help)


much thanks

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Old 09-26-2005, 11:05 AM   #8
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looking for just the KB shifter arm, and the associated bushing(s)/pin. i already have the sti short shifter option installed, and want the shorter lever (snd busings for it, if you think they'll help)


much thanks

ese
If you have the STi shortshifter already installed then what you are looking for is the RS style lever. As for the bushings you'll want the 5mt front stay bushings, and the rear stay bushings.

I don't currently have any in stock, but I'm putting an order in with Kartboy later this week. If you are truly interested let me know and I'll be sure to hold a set for you.
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Old 09-26-2005, 11:36 AM   #9
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im confused (as usual).

i hvae a 2006 sti with the upgraded"sti" shortshifter option. what im after is the shortened lever, and associated buushings for it (just the 2 that are attached to it i belivee)

any better?
thnx

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Old 09-26-2005, 03:27 PM   #10
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Ese,

We are currently in development of a linkage kit for the 06 STI as they have changed it slightly. Currently there is available the Kartboy SS lever, and front and rear shifter stay bushings for the 06. The KB SS does nto come with the two bushings that are at the shifter fulcrum and for the most part are not needed as there is not much slop that stems from that point.

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Old 09-26-2005, 06:39 PM   #11
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And to further clarify on the post regarding the RS short shifter - I saw TS in your profile, and wasn't even thinking straight. That's my fault (I'm an idiot sometimes). Sorry about that.

Tony, the other TiC owner, is correct. Our linkage bushings will not fit the 06 STi, but the Kartboy lever, Kartboy front shifter stay bushing, and Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing will.

We need to get pricing for just those as a package up on the site, but if you are interested in them let us know, and we can hold a set out of inventory for you.


-Clint
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Old 09-27-2005, 03:52 PM   #12
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How about a "Stock Car to Rock Star" bundle that has everything for the STi or WRX? Do you have steering rack bushings too?
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Old 09-30-2005, 08:53 AM   #13
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Quote:
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How about a "Stock Car to Rock Star" bundle that has everything for the STi or WRX? Do you have steering rack bushings too?
hmmmm.... interesting thought. Let me talk it over with Tony and see what we can do.

Yes, we do have steering rack bushings. They are the whiteline ones. We recently started carrying whiteline stuff, but we've been so busy I haven't had a chance to put it up on the site.

Edit: Dangit! Just posted this from the wrong log in. -Clint
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