Alex_Speed25· Poser :)
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Anyone, give this bad boy a whirl yet? Opinions?
Easy to install, the most time consuming part is removing the stock airbox to get to it. Here's some pics from my installIm trying to figure Out this too. Not sure if this would make any difference. And how complicated the install will be. Let me know if you go for it.
Thanks bud. Question. Does this make any difference? Can you post your review? Pros and consEasy to install, the most time consuming part is removing the stock airbox to get to it. Here's some pics from my install
It made a huge difference as far as shortening the throw. Some others noted that it is harder to get into gear but I have not had that issue. The only negative comment comes from the wife who stated that the shifter looks like it is in neutral when in even gears, as the shifter now almost sits straight up and down when in 2,4,6 gear. Doesn't bother me.Thanks bud. Question. Does this make any difference? Can you post your review? Pros and cons
nope. When I removed JBR I put the lever adjustment thing back to oem position cause it didn't feel all that nice... I'll let you know how it goes after the weight and then another time after the fluid change. But to tell you the truth JBR works for 99% of the ms3. I just think I have a tempermental speed. I have read JBR saying the tolerance for the shifter varies a lil by each car. So maybe the 40% reduced trow was just a tad agressive and caused noise downshifting into 2nd...No adjustment from where you had the JBR adjusted in the console or no adjustment from the oem position. I could be convinced to buy this if this works out well. Never hurts to have a shorter throw. :yes: