|02-11-2003, 07:39 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Toronto, ONVehicle:
2001 Impreza 2.5RS
Rev-Lab Short Shifter
The piece is of a very high quality and beautiful design. It performs as great as it looks! Too bad its covered by the shifter boot though...
The install took about 20mins. The RevLab shifter reuses the shifter bearing from the stock shifter, but apply more grease where the bushings go else there may be squeeking that will come between the bushing and the fork.
The RevLab pivot is a metal ball compared to the white plastic ball of the stock shifter, which makes it a 1 piece design.
Compared with the stock shifter this gives, I guesstimate 60%, shorter throws. You'll need to put a little more effort in each shift but who doesn't in all short shifters.
It also sits about 1.5" lower than stock when comparing the shifter without the knobs. I then installed the Momo Race-Air leather aluminum knob so it sits pretty low. But the shifting is awesome and loving it!
The build quality and performance is totally worth the $120!
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